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Presbyterian College Begins 
The Second Hundred Years 

1980 PaC SaC 

Presbyterian College 

Clinton, South Carolina 

Volume LXIV 

Table Of Contents 



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There are meanings to be 
found in traditions — imper- 
fect and noncontemporary as 
they may be. These traditions 
go beyond the hundred years 
of PC's existence to the medi- 
eval pageantry of convoca- 
tion, the eighteenth century 
formal garden, the Greco-Ro- 
man architecture, and the 
pre-Christian rites of invoca- 
tion to the divine before a 
sports event. 




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Introduction/3 



Our traditions work on us 
in almost subconscious ways 
to remind us of our roots in 
the past and our pace toward 
the future. They provide a 
consistent flow of expected 
events which give some regu- 
larity and security in this 
world of a hundred indeci- 
sions. Traditions give us a 
timeless perspective on this 
very transient period in our 
lives. 




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The events are the same, 
and the rituals change only 
imperceptibly. The new faces 
instill the standard ceremo- 
nies with vitality each year, 
but the motions are the same. 





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Each individual personality 
contributes a special element 
to make each event a moment 
filled with unrepeatable emo- 
tion. The spirit of winning and 
the fulfillment found in suc- 
cessful competition remains 
an important element in col- 
lege life, though new forms 
have been added. 




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We find meaning in every- 
day rituals that are redun- 
dant, yet satisfying in their 
repetition. Each day with its 
routine continues the petty 
pace toward our destiny. 




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Meanings can be found not 
only in traditions, but also in 
relationships. It is the quality 
of relationships we achieve 
that enriches our lives now 
and in the future. 




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Introduction/13 



The people change, but the 
oaks are still here. The Georgian 
architecture, the high stan- 
dards, the dedication to the lib- 
eral arts, the Christian empha- 
sis, the pride — all of these will 
remain with us through our next 
hundred years. 




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Women display (heir aggressiveness at the annual Upperclassmen-Freshmen Powderpuff football The tension of the game is reflected in Elliott 
game. Poss' face. 





The question isi Was this picture taken during open dorms or not? Kelly Barrett 
and Corky Strickland are taking the fifth. 



Parents' Day takes its toll as Susan Ritter, Mimi Trippe, Deborah 
Dobbins and Janet Bearden await another performance. 





An unexpected firedrill finds Bailey in all sorts of clothes and moods. Greg Breter doesn't seem to be doing a very good job of convincing his 

conscience that he didn't do it. (Perhaps he didi) 



Introduction/17 



DEDICATION 

DR. CARL 

ARNOLD 



"Quote . . . Unquote" . . . "That sort of proposition" . . . 
"Do you see where I'm coming from?" . . . commercials 
for U.S. News and World Report ... "I don't own stock in 
the Wall Street Journal" . . . white, short sleeved, button 
down shirts . . . keeping count of his "O. K.'s" . . . TIN- 
STAAFL . . . "I'm no artist" . . . gumballsl 

A friendly smile and a no-nonsense attitude about learn- 
ing, a teasing manner and a 21 page exam, an open office 
door and concern for students all endear this man to us. 
For all these things and many more, the senior class dedi- 
cates the 1980 PaC SaC to Dr. Carl Jefferson Arnold. 




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The 1979 crop of Bailey girls strut their stuff during freshmen orientation. 



"Howdy Pardner." Laurette Jackson goes west 
to Oklahoma with other loyal Blue Hose fans. 



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Connie Miller and Lisa Davis display the PaC SaC's organizational tech- 
niques during deadline chaos. 



PC's Christmas candlelight service provides a few quiet moments before 
exam cram sessions begin. 





Above: Danny Cohen flunks the Edge shaving cream credit card test. 
Left: Jesse Cason shows great timing by popping up out of nowhere to 
nab the ball. 
Opposite Page: Lady Jeanette restrains Lord Richard's drinking habits. 



ORIENTATION 




FOB members prepare to conduct the freshman men's "chorale" at 6:30 in the morning! 



22/Moments 



Freshman Orientation . . . begin- 
ning a new phase of life . . . attend- 
ing meetings . . . learning school 
policies . . . field dayl . . . water 
fights . . . FOB hunt . . toothpicks 
and lifesavers . . . getting to know 
each other . . . dancing at the fresh- 
man mixer . . . attending the recep- 
tion at the President's home . . . 
visiting the fraternities . . . getting 
up at 6:00 a.m. . . . singing across 
the Plaza . . . wearing sandwich 
signs . . . being nervous as upper- 
classmen arrive . . . making new 
and lasting friendships . . . begin- 
ning to adjust to college life . . . 
worrying about the first exams . . . 
standing in eternal lines . . . dread- 
ing registration . . . getting ready 
to face a year at Presbyterian Col- 
lege. 




Moitients/23 



Transfer Orientation . . . discovering life at a new school , . , attending 
meetings concerning school policies and academics . . . having gone through 
freshman orientation elsewhere, not required to participate in games and 
rituals bestowed upon PC freshmen . . . having the annual transfer orientation 
picnic at Dean Nixon's rained out . . . adjusting to a new and different school 
after already having adjusted to one . . . differences to confront . . . help and 
advice from Transfer Orientation Board members . . . anticipation of new 
people and new surroundings . . . becoming well-rounded PC students. 




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Dr. Orr, delivering his speech at orientation, showed a great desire to help PC grow through 
the next hundred years. 




Freshmen girls show their ingenuity at field 
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Fruslration, nervousness, and boredom are seen on the faces of tired freshmen as "Poc" administers one more test. 



24/Moments 



Mark Frazier and Laura Helton find out that lifesavers are indeed a part of llvingi 




Moments/25 



RUSH 



Fall rush program . . . four weeks 
of fun . . . organized by the IFC . . . 
very successful . . . rushees wel- 
comed to each of six social fraterni- 
ties . . . warm greetings . . . formal 
drop-ins . . . entertainment . . . 
bands and dances . . . excitement 
. . . togas . . . swamp water . . . vis- 
iting the "casino" . . . pretty girls 
. . . juke boxes . . . Mad Hatter par- 
ties . . . beer busts . . . getting 
drunk? . . . Friday, Saturday, and 
Sunday night hangovers . . . beach 
music . . . disco . . . rushees never 
having to clean up the mess they 
make . . . sporting events . . . the 
second annual golf tournament . . . 
feeling special . . . eating in the 
cafeteria at the fraternity tables 
. . . getting to know each other . . . 
evaluations . . . decisions . . . vo- 
ting sessions . . . closing rush with 
smoker invitations and bids. 



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Moments/27 



PARENT'S WEEKEND 



Parents' Day . . . time for parents and families to get a 
look at campus life . . . annual father-daughter tennis tour- 
nament . . afternoon program with speakers from the 
faculty and the student body . . . choir concert . meet- 
ing professors ... a delicious dinner in Greenville Dining 
Hall . . . Blue Hose victory over Central Florida! 





Parents discuss a problem "child". 






Dr. Presseau speaks lo a "merry" bunch. 



28/Momenls 





TRAVELS 

ECUADOR 
EUROPE 



Ecuador . land of mountains . . staying with Wycliffe 
missionaries in Quito . . . seating 30 people to dinner . . radio 
station HCJB . shopping at the Otavalan Indian market 
Limoncocha . . . alligator hunt . . canoe trip down an Amazo- 
nian tributary . . . swimming with piranah . train trip to 
Guayaquil . . rock slide . . The Galapagos Islands The 

Enchanted Islands . . . H.M.N, iguana . . . panga rides . . . wet 
landings . . . blue-footed boobies . . frigate birds . . . swim- 
ming with fur seals and penguins lectures from Dolf. 

Europe . . Belgium, France, and Germany .27 days . . . 
tour bus . . . opera in Munich . . . lunch at the Louvre . . . tired 
of hard rolls, cheese, and wine . . . pommes frites and glace! . . . 
stopping at patisseries ... a day in the Bavarian Alps . . the 
horrors of Dachau and Buchenwald . the Moulin Rouge in 
Paris . . . standing on the World War II D-day beaches on the D- 
day anniversary. 



"Is thai a piranah nibbling at my feet?": Randy the guide, Susan Buffington, Gwen Machen, Joyce 
Neal. Dr. James, and Jan Smith. 



Moments/29 




How many different things can you find going on in this crowd shot? 



30/Moments 




PC's 1979 Homecoming weekend . . . theme — Prime Time TV . . . filled 
with activities for both alumni and students . annual Alumni Tennis 
Tournament held on Friday morning . . . Blue Sox Festival on Friday night 

. student entertainment in Scottish Lair by Andy Wahlberg, a talented, 
young guitarist . . . float competition . . . various class reunions . . . 
barbeque by the lake . . . choir concert . . football game against Mars 
Hill . . . the crowning of the new Homecoming Queen . fraternity 
parties . . renewing old friendships 
has grown and changed. 



seeing how Presbyterian College 




Moments/31 



REPRESENTATIVES 

Selecting a Homecoming Queen . . . representatives from twenty different 
organizations on campus . . . pictures in the cafeteria . . . voting . , , "Will I be 
taller than he is if I wear these shoes?" . . . afraid of tripping on the football 
field . . corsages . . . new clothes , , . excitement and suspense . . . encour- 
agement from friends . . squinting into the sun ... no place to sit at the 
gamel , . . cheers from the crowd . . . "What hobbies?" . . . deciding on an 
escort . . . standing in line . . . wondering how much time is left since the 
clock is broken . . . awaiting the final decision. 




Starr Baltzegar and Pat McGinn, Psi Chi. 




Dede Dreisbach and Norman Dover, PC 
Players 





Catherine Farmer and Jim Watson, Blue 
Key/Cardinal Key. 





Adair Allen and David Taylor. CIA. 




Margie Darden and Rob Hobby, Circle K. 




Kathle Mines and Eddie Hulse. ACS/AIBS. 




Dee Hammond and Corky Strickland, PC 
Choir. 



Carta McCracken and Bentley Anderson, 
SGA. 



Mimi McCrae and David Mixson, Alpha 
Sigma Phi. 



32/Moments 




Gayla McSwain and Pete Wetherell, ROTC. 




Karen Ruszler and Frank Ertel. Thela Chi. 




Jean Trollinger and Craig Hensley, 
Men's/Women's Councils. 




Ann Pettit and Hunter Gritfin, Kappa 
Alpha. 




Carrie Stephens and George Crippen. 
Pamoja. 




Karen Wessinger and Louis Redmond. 
Sigma Nu. 





Laurie Pruett and Todd Bond, Publications. 




Rachel Stephens and Greg Breter. SVS. 




Vicki Wilkins and Bill Wilkins. FCA. 

THE 1979 

HOMECOMING 

QUEEN 

SALLY HADDON 
PI KAPPA 
ALPHA 



Moments/33 



HOMECOMING 

1979 

Weekend results . . . first place in skit competition 
— Doyle Dormitory with "Billy Graham" . Belk Dor- 
mitory placing first in the float competition with "Cage 
Those Lions" . . . Hose victorious over Lions — 34-61 
. . . half-time entertainment . . . Sally Haddon crowned 
1979-80 Homecoming Queen by last year's queen, 
Dianne Tyler . . . Sally, escorted by Jeff Wilson, repre- 
senting Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity . . . attendants to the 
Queen — Karen Ruszler sponsored by Theta Chi and 
Karen Wessinger, Sigma Nu's nominee . . . roses for the 
winners . . a ride around the field . congratulations! 




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The Blue Sox Festival requires creativity. 



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|< • 1979 Homecoming Queen Sally Haddon, with Jim 
McCoun, and her attendants 



HALLOWEEN 




Pamoja's "Chocolate Factory" makes a sale 



"Oh no, my eye makeup Is going to runi" 



Halloween . . . ghosts, ghouls and 
goblins . . . trick-or-treat goody 
bags at the dining hall . . faculty 
drop-ins for students . . . the Circle 
K haunted house . . . raised $500 for 
Multiple Sclerosis . . . taking Thorn- 
well children trick-or-treating . 
costume parties at the fraternity 
court . . . coinciding with Parents' 
weekend activities . . . jack-o-lan- 
terns in dorm windows . . . cafete- 
ria decorations . . the SGA Hallo- 
ween Carnival . . . participation by 
many campus organizations . . the 
car on fire ... a trick? ... or a 
treat? 




Circle K raises money for Multiple Sclerosis with a "House of Horrors". 



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Everyone has had his share of car trouble. 



Moments/37 



PLAYOFFS 



Playoffs . . . How 'bout them 
Hose! . . . "When are the exams?" 
. . . "No reading day?" . . . "Where 
the hell is Saginaw Valley?" . . . 
buying tickets for a home game . . . 
bigger crowd than at Homecoming 
. . . extra bleachers installed in Bai- 
ley Stadium . . . Scotsmen band dur- 
ing half-time . . . "All the way to 
Texas!" . . . "How can I get to Okla- 
homa?" . . . bus rides . . . plane 
rides . . . nervous . . . excited . . . 
mixed feelings . . . "How's Jimmy's 
knee?" . . . "Is it cold in Oklaho- 
ma?" . . . having to sit too long . . . 
being in a strange place . . . "Why 
can't we guarantee $20,000?" . . . 
"Let's organize a caravan" . . . 
"Are we off the ground yet?" . . . 
money, money, money! . . . riding, 
driving, flying . . . everyone back in 
Clinton glues his ear to the radio 
during game time . . . Dr. Orr re- 
ceives the semi-finals runner-up 
trophy . . . 11:00 p.m. pep rally to 
welcome back the team . . . sup- 
porting the Hose! 




The world rests on Paul Scott's shoulders after Jimmy Spence's injury. 



38/Moments 




Hugh and Roy declare "Hose #1". but Alan abstains. 



Moments/39 



LILIES OF THE FIELD 



Lilies of the Field . . . one man and four nuns . . . work- 
ing to complete a job ... adobe bricks . . . German ac- 
cents . . . language lessons . . . "habits" . . . "Wheel" . . . 
Livingston Construction Company . . . Jose's Cafe 
returning to school early to begin rehearsing . . . having 
faith ... a stained glass window . . . believing in the 
power of God . . . the miracle of a chapel. 



40/Moments 




Homer (Harold Odom) teaches the nuns a new song 




"Now all we need is running water.' 



and that's the way it was, folks. 



Moments/41 



ARSENIC AND OLD LACE 



Arsenic and Old Lace . . . hilar- 
iously funnyl . . . family mix-ups . . . 
Elderberry Wine . . . two dear little 
old ladies . . . performing their 
"charity" . . . Teddy Roosevelt . . . 
Boris Karloff ... Dr. Einstein . . . 
corpses bring the house down . . . 
split britches . . . twenty-five peo- 
ple in one dressing roomi . . . "I'm a 
bastardl" . . . bodies in the window 
seat . . . magnificent set ... sold 
out and held over . . . swapping po- 
liceman's uniforms . . . thankful for 
new dressing rooms . . . sneaking 
around in the dark . . . living with 
bruises for a few weeks . . . 
"Where's my briefcase?" . . . not 
enough hair whitener . . . trying to 
study . . . football players! . . . try- 
ing not to break character . . . "Dr. 
Rains will kill me if I laugh" . . . Hap- 
py Dalel . . . "Chargel" 





Another yellow fever victim. 



Teddy (Randy Parsons) prepares to dig the Panama Canal. 



42/Moments 




"The idiot sal there and let the murderers tie him up with the curtain cord!" 



Moments/43 



MADRIGALS 




The Morris Dancers are Beth Speed, Tara Roddy. Starr Baltzegar, Louise Davis, Jean 
Trollinger, Karen Young, and Robin Banker. 

Madrigals ... 14 years old . "love is like tobacco" . 
the jester . . . Morris Dancers . . minstrels roast beef 
and Yorkshire pudding . . . plum pudding with rum butter! 
"where's the wine?" . . . "Your hat just stabbed my 
eye." . . . "Your chair is on my dress." . . . getting a rear 
view of the pig's head . . . forgetting the next song . . 
losing your note . . . "Norman, that's the wrong pitch!" 
... 2 camels & a horse? . . smilel . . . "Think high, sopra- 
nos." . . . "Who is at the Head table?" . . . "Don't forget to 
bow." . . . "Can we lower 'We Wish You a Merry Christ- 
mas' a half step?" . . . "These I placed in Phyllis' what?" 
. . . cricket boxes . flowers . fans . . . handkerchiefs 
. . . "Don't step on the sticksl" . . . "Don't spill the cof- 
fee!" . . "My table needs more water." . finding the 
lucky charm . taking reservations arranging place 

cards rearranging eating schedule for students 
singers warm up in Clinton Dorm . . . performances year 
round . . . "Which night are your parents going to be 
here?" 



Jester Mitch Poe. proclaims "Merry Christmas to all.' 



44/Moments. 




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The Madrigal Singers are Danny Cohen. Lynn Woods. Dianne Tyler, Norman Dover. Janet Bearden. Ricky Taylor, Virginia Henderson. George 
Fesperman, Betsy Greene, Wesley Edge, Dee Hammond. Corky Strickland, Karen Potts, Andy Rhodes, Karen Wessinger. Rob Hobby. 




The minstrels are Edd Williams. Betsy Barron, Tammy Darby. Cissie Belts. Suzy Jones. Randy 
Parsons. Deborah Dobbins. Alan Reed. John Verreault. And Ellen Ferguson. 



"Now. I know I put that dove around here 
somewherel" — Derrill Rice, magician. 



Moments/45 



CHRISTMAS 



Christmas . . sacred and secular . . relaxing in the midst of tension . . . 
angels and mortals . . . rolling the campus . . . streakers! . . . getting rowdy 
. . , Open House — foodi . . . door decorations . . . Santa Claus . . . Christmas 
trees . . . sharing with Thornwell children . . . communion service in Leroy 
Springs . . . candles . . . celebrating the birth of our Lord . . . carol singing . . . 
professors' drop-ins . . . forgetting about exams . . "Who cares if I flunk?" 
. . . fraternity parties . . . playing tricks on friends . . . cherry bombs . . . 
lights in windows . . . firecrackers . . . mail — Christmas cards . . . wishing 
for snow! (or even ice!) . . . Christmas presents. 



This must be Mr. Powells punch. 

"What am I going to get my room- 
mate?" . goodie bags in Green- 
ville Dining Hall . candle light 
steak dinner . . gag gifts . . . play- 
ing Christmas records . . mistletoe 
Christmas Basketball Tourna- 
ment "Win that ball game!" . . . 
NAIA playoffs . . . quiet hours . . . 
popcorn . exams nipping at your 
nose! . . . cranberry daiquiris . . . 
Bamboo Christmas tree in the li- 
brary. 




Wesley. |ust try It. 



46/Moments 




Happiness is getting a warm puppy for 
Christmas. 



Dr. Hudson § Co. compliment students on their door decorations. 



Moments/47 



WINTER CONFERENCE 




Sing and the world sings with you. 

Winter Conference . . . Dr. Jerry Hammet . . . Bethel- 
woods . . . "Where are you going in such a rush?" . . . 
ice cream orgy . . . square dance . . . indoor soccer . . . 
guitars and singing ... a big fire place . . . late and 
crazy nights . . . canoeing . . . late bridge games 
good food . . . the Stallworth and Hunter Barbershop 
Duet . . . sitting with a sack on your head! ... a panel 
of professors and students . . . clogging ... all rising to 
the occasion of Dr. Orr's joining the hay ride . . . talk- 
ing and sharing with professors and students . . . "Will 
it ever stop raining?" . . . "Was Jerry's joke that fun- 
ny?" . . . beating a professor at ping-pong and jeopar- 
dizing your gradel . . . communion service. 



"Look out, Mr. Stallworth's heading toward the dockl" 






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"Keep those swords up until I get through." 

MILITARY BALL 




"I think we're next." 

Military Ball . . . "Milo Ball" . . "Choice" . . . dinner before the dance . . . 
party after the dance . . decorating the Clinton Armory with streamers and 
flowers . . . waiting in line for the bathroom . running over to Robert's 
free beer and munchies . . . loud music . . seeing old friends . . corsages 
looking your best ... 'I didn't know they were dating" . . . parking a mile 
away . . . "It's too cold to walk to the carl" . . . "My ears are going to ring for 
the next week" . . . watching senior cadets escorting dates through the 
arches . . spilling beer on the floor . . . "My dress is going to be ruined" . . . 
"just let me take off my shoesl" 



Be sure to duck. 



Moments/49 



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DORM 
LIFE 




late to class againi 

Dorm Life . . . having your under- 
wear hung out the window . . . roll- 
ing somebody's room . . . fire drills! 
. . . knocking holes in the wall? . . . 
"What Whiskey Sour?" . . . trying 
to get the screens out of the win- 
dows . . . playing music loud enough 
to be heard across the campus . . . 
sitting on the steps of Spencer play- 
ing the guitar ... "A girl — in my 
room?!" . . . popcorn parties . . . go- 
ing crazy during exams . . . pantie 
raidsl . . . "Man on the hall!" . . . 
"Who took my clothes out of the 
dryer?" . . . "It's your turn to clean 
the bathroom" . . having a fire in 
the attic of Georgia Hall . . . hair 
spray torches . . . tennis matches in 
the hall . . . lime slushy parties . . . 
frisbees . . . "Why can't we keep 
the hamster?" . . . coming in at 11:59 
without a card . . . cards on window 
sills and under the door mats. 



Panda wants to read the tape tool 



50/Moments 





The buddy system . . . champagne parties . . . open dorms Smyth Hilton 
— always open . . . fire crackers ... no phones on Georgia's 3rd floor 
finding your furniture missing . . . beds on the roof and in the bathroom . . . 
streakersi . . . "Somebody answer the phone! " . . no toilet paper . "Is the 
heater alive?" . . super-roachi . . having the janitor empty the trashcans at 
obscenely early hours . . freshman study hall . "shutupumtrientastudyl" 
. . . sun decks . . . "People can see us from the 3rd floor of the library!" . . . 
"Four flights of stairs — we need an elevator!" . . . "You have a caller." 



Moments/51 



CENTENNIAL 

Centennial . . . Happy Birthday PCI . . . "What a 
cake!" . . . Thursday — the Charlotte Symphony Or- 
chestra . . . Friday — Griffin Bell, former United States 
Attorney General . . . Milo Ball 1 . . . Friday and Satur- 
day Film Festival . . . everything from The Great Train 
Robbery to King Kong . . . Saturday — all day rehearsal 
. . , dinner theatre — Vanities . . . "Are they in their 
underwear?!" . . . having your roast beef served by Mr. 
Powell (in his chef's hat) . . . Sunday — joint service 
with Thornwell, First Presbyterian, and PC . . . Dr. J. 
Davison Philips. 




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"I met a man in Washington last week 



52/Moments 




Choir concert . . . The Creation 
by Haydn ... old (former) choir 
members and orchestra ... "O Be 
Joyful" . . . having a work commis- 
sioned by Lloyd Pfautsch . . . visit- 
ing alumni . . getting ready for Bri- 
gadoon ... a Scottish musical . . . 
kilts and bagpipes ... Dr. Orr's in- 
auguration in April. 



Mr. Powell, the cake is beautiful — where did you get it? 




Happiness is the choir coming in on time. 



Moments/53 




"I've just washed my hair and can 1 do a thing with it." 



Getting down at the Milo Ball. 



54/Moments 




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"Whewl Now I can put my arms down." 





CerCiry dP Service 
to Giod ar\6 Man 



Choir Alumni still remember the Alma Mater. 



Moments/55 




Above: "Able to leap tall buildings with a 

single bound" is a prerequisite for women's 

volleyball at P.C. 

Far left: Jane Bell anxiously awaits the 

outcome of a crucial call. 

Left: Poochie Floyd surprises Limestone's 

defense and goes way up for two. 

Opposite Page: Joe grant pauses during the 

game. 



WE'RE NUMBER 

ONE! 



Football . . . Blue Hose . . . entered preseason 
practice with hopes of reaching the NAIA playoffs 
. . . optimism . . . offense returning 10 of II starters 
from 1978 . . . defense returned 4 starters and filled 
other spots with top-quality players. 

Citadel . . . opening game . . Blue Hose pulled off 
a 21-13 upset . . . strong performance of offensive 
line ... big plays made by the defensive unit. 

Furman . . . second Southern Conference team de- 
feated by the Hose, 14-7 . . highlighted by the Blue 
Hose defense's completely shutting down Furman's 
offense . . Willie Mason's 98 yard kick-off return 
for a touchdown. 

Lenoir Rhyne . . . Hose fell behind early . . bat- 
tled back to defeat the Bears, 28-14. 

Wofford . . . first home game . . . Hose ready for 
revenge ... a wet field ... a superb showing by 
Wofford's offense . . . 21-23 upset loss at the hands 
of Wofford. 

Catawba . . . another SAC-8 contest ... a record 
breaking afternoon by Clayto Burke ... a stingy 
defense shut off Catawba, 21-0. 

Elon . . "There ain't no dad-gum pressure" 
perhaps the finest outing of the year . . crucial 
SAC-8 win ... 30-14. 

Mars Hill . . . Hose completely dominated the 
Lions, 34-6 . . . Hoot Gibson, although undefeated, 
loses his chance at the SAC-8 lead. 

University of Central Florida . . . undefeated . . . 
derogatory remarks from several Florida players 
about the size of the PC campus . . . they should 
have been quiet . . . PC-48, University of Central 
Florida-01 

Gardner Webb . . . error-filled and windy game 
. . . despite numerous turnovers, the Hose won, 21-3. 

Carson-Newman . . . hottest team in the SAC-8 
conference ... PC jumped to an early lead . . . the 
Eagles battled back in the second half . . . Blue Hose 
offense put together one last drive and held on to a 
34-28 victory. 

Newberry . . . Bronze Derbyl . . . high spirits . . . 
hard fought 16-14 comeback win for the Hose . . . 
Chuck Bishop was the game's hero . . . kicked field 
goal in the final seconds to win. 




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Clayto Burke looks to get outside. 




Jimmy Spence looks over Carson-Newman defense. 



58/Teams 




Blue Hose take a moment for a team prayer. 



Lamar Roberts shows punting form. 




Spence brought down by two Central Florida players 



Ben Hood explodes through the Newberry line. 




Clayto plunges in for six. 





The Blue Hose gather for a halftime talk by Coach Strock. 




Joe Grant sacks the Newberry quarterback for a loss. 



60/Teams 




Danny Thornton catches one against Furman. 



Walter Atkins breaks through Furman defense for a large gain 




^. , „. . . . ,. I J 1 . J « . k] u Clavto Burke takes a pitch from Jimmy Spence as Walter Atkins leads the 

Chuck Bishop boots winning field goal to defeat Newberry. . ' , '^ ' '^ 

interference. 



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Clayto looks for running room against Newberry Len Howard and Joe Grant converge on a Newberry defender. 



Teams/61 



-WE'VE 

GOT 

CLASS' 

NAIA playoffs ... PC ranked number 

I . . First round action against the 

number 8 ranked Saginaw Valley State 

Cardinals of Michigan . . . Jimmy 

Spence's re-injured knee . . . sophomore 

Paul Scott came off the bench . . . Hose 

led to a 36-6 victory . . . Scott named 

MVP for the game . Chris Williams 

named defensive MVP. 

Central State University Broncos . . . 

Oklahoma . . . Hose plagued by fumbles 

and dropped passes . . . second half 

comeback . . Hose battled the Broncos 

before falling 28-6. 

Hose's final record 11-2 . . best ever 

in Blue Hose history history 

breaking year . . . key roles played by 

coaches, players trainers, and managers 

. . . the Hose express their thanks for 

the tremendous support from the 

student body, alumni, and faculty 

during the year. 





P.C. gets ready to lower the boom on Saginaw Valley State. 




Front Row Managers — Danny Newton, Bently Anderson, Tommy Wade. Back Row: Trainers 
H.ink Mason. Reno Wilson. 








Front Row: R, Morris, J. Mooneyham, C. Fowler, M. Owens, M. Wheless. W. Atkms. J. Grant, W. Cooper. J. Nell. P. Scott. J. Chupp. H. Bailey. S. McCall. S. 
Stalvey. B. Peterson. C. Williams. A. Forrest. Second Row: C. Bishop, T. Gallman. R. Kirkpatrick. M. Leverette. J. Cann. H. Finley. C. Yarborough. C. FHannah. 
S. Gonyea, D. Neisler. F. Kube, L. Owens, J. D'Andrea, H. Brannen, E. Addison. W. Mason. M. Martin. Third Row: B. Hood, L. Roberts. R. Gruber. R. Ammons, 
T. Godley, D. Wise, G. Reeves, R. Hollier. R. Way. G. Albright. S. Hosch, J. Cason, G. Martin, D. Rabun. Joe Lane. J. Spence. Standing: G. Harper. D. Price, D. 
Thornton, A Gastor. E. Reed. R. Walker. B. Taylor, L. Howard, J. McCoun, C. Burke, J. Byars. B. Ollis. M. Kay. L. Bridges. W. Gatlin. D. Porter, J. Bowen. 



63/Teams 




"Ersklne Reed, come on dow 




"Don't just stand there. Paul, run that op- "What's wrong. Cally? You know we're the 







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"Touchdownl" Jay Byars gets six 



PC's defensive line proclaims. "Were number 11' 




"Block that kick!" 



"You've got him nowl " 



Teams/63 




Front Row: Deb Smead, Joy Smith. Deborah Mauk. Kathy Hammond. Debbie Wright. Martha Decker. Penny Morgan. Second Row, manager. April 
Childress. Gina Sheen. Jan Smith. Kelly Barrett. Becky McFarlin. Virginia Henderson. Coach Clovis Simmons. 



SOCK IT TO 
THEM 



Volleyball . . . sometimes called the PC 
Gospel Choir . . . began four years ago 
this year's team led by co-captains who 
were starters from year one . . . Virginia's 
spike . . , good season . . . coach Clovis 
Simmons in her second year . . . achieved 
goal of a better season . . . Martha's 
consistent serves and sets . . anticipation 
. . . exhilaration . . . frustration . . . 
satisfaction . . . Deb's daring, diving digs 
. . development of skills . . . bump, set, 
spike . . auto mechanics? . . . developing 
friendships . . . strains on friendships 
amusing locker room scenes! 




Martha Decker watches as Virgmia Henderson dinks the ball. 



54/Teams 




A good bench is Important to the team. 



Martha Decker sets the ball for a teammate's 
spike. 



Teams/65 




Front Row: Louis Redmond. Mike Knight, Marshall Vann. Jeff Wilson. Mitchell Poe. Keith Nicosia. John Womack. Back Row: Asst. Coach Bruce 
Wismer, Chip Latham. John Wilbur. Steve Burgess. Mark Tankersley, Joey Cook. Pat McGinn. Palmer Shaw. Jim Schaudies. Tom Bozeman. Malon 
Wickham. Tommy Bagnal. Andy Nish. Scott Spencer. Coach Tom Stallworth. 



NEW COACH- 
NEW HOPES 



Soccer . . . outcome — 1-13 . outcome does 
not truly reflect the quality of Presbyterian's 
play . . led by Coach Tom Stallworth . his 
first season as soccer coach . . . team played 
valiantly in a tough season . . . overwhelming 
odds . the high point of the season was the 
great 4-2 victory over Newberry ... no soccer 
scholarships . some truly fine play . 
seemed best on defense . . . consistently 
checking the opponents . . heading . goalies 
... no handsl . . . corner kicks . . . co-captains 
— Jeff Wilson and Palmer Shaw. 



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Coach Stallworth emphasizes a point to Palmer Shaw. 



66/Teams 



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Malon Wickham and Jim Schaudies go up for a header as Tommy Bagnal and Scott Spencer Keith Nicosia goes up for a header as Scott 

stand by to help. Spencer pursues. 




Marshall Vann and Jeff Wilson display their offensive ability 
against two opponents. 



Joey Cook uses quick footwork as Pat McGinn and Jeff Wilson look on. 



Teams/67 



CAGERS 

MAKE 

A BREAK 



Men's Basketball . . . 
experienced . . competitive . . . 
capturing the Little Four 
Tournament at Newberry . . . mid- 
season break with 6-4 record . . . 
in the thick of the district six 
battle . . . "You eat like you play" 
. . . C.P. time . . . "shingles?" . . . 
"You're a supporting cast" . . . 
"Protect the lead and build on it!" 
. . . "Wat-Daddy" . . . leaving 
Poochie at Lenoir Rhyne . . . 
seniority . . . hamburger steaks 
before every game . . . locker 
room jokes - "Your Mamal" . . . 
Tripple Dippers . . . "Wide Open!" 
... 3 games a week . . . Watch 
those speeding tickets! . . . "Did 
you bring the right uniforms's?" 




Front Row: Joe Sterling. Rusty Copeland. Robbie Robinson, Jimmy Gaffney, George Crippen. Poochie 
Floyd. Back Row: Marshall Little, John Turner, Jim Watson, Clark Sinclair, Brian Ericksen, Mike Smith, 
Tim King. 




Clark Sinclair tosses the ball at the basket as teammates watch 



Jim Watson drives to the basket for two points. 



68/Teams 




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How does Turner keep making those shots? 



"Daddy" Watson shoots from the key as John Turn- 
er defends. 



Teams/59 





Marshall Little leaps to catch a pass as the Senators rush in to defend. 



Poochie Floyd fires over the outstretched hand of a Limestone de- 
fender. 




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Tim King sinks an outside shot against Limestone. 



70/Teams 



9. 



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LADY HOSE 
IN THIRD 
YEAR 



Third year . . . young . . . 
enthusiastic ... 23 game schedule 
... 3 returning lettermen . . "slop" 
. . . miss foul shots — run suicides 
. . . fast break drill . . . "Who's 
taping our ankles tonight — NOT 
COACH RANDALL — PLEASE!" . . . 
"Don't hang your heads" . . . "Make 
those layups" . . . "Block out!" . . . 
"Fuscher" . . "I'm riding in the car" 
. . . Pre-game meal at 3:30 . . . "We 
wore the blue vests yesterday — 
make them wear them todayl" . . . 
"Whoever has my hair brush had 
better give it backl" . . . "Coach 
Randall, be careful of the 
blackboard!" . . . "Hey, Baby!" 



Front row: Kathy Hammond, Valerie Crocker. Joy Hunt. Nancy Davis. Cindy Carlyle. Back Row: 
Coach — Randy Randall. Nancy Wall. Melanie Crelia. Mary Kay Campbell. Susan Childs. Lynn Woods. 
Ass't Coach — Bruce Wismer. 




Above: Cindy Carlyle controls the tip on the jump ball. Above right: Mary Kay Campbell 
exhibits her shooting form. Below right: Lynn Woods fires a long shot over her opponents. 



Teams/71 




"Don't be anxlousi she'll ring Itl " 



S-t-r-e-t-c-h, Cindyl 



72/Teams 




Mary Kay Campbell drives in for a fast Kathy Hammond comforts an injured teammate. Joy Hunt is fouled by two Furman defenders, 

lay-up. 



Teams/73 



CHEERLEADERS 




Isl row: Dave Torrey. Mitchell Poe, Co-captain Gerald Martino, Steve Odum. Back row: 
Elaine Odum, Carol Fulton, Co-captain Karen Wessinger, Jeannie Epting, Jane Bell, 
Gayla McSwain. 



Time outi Acrobats on the courti 





1st row; Hal Scott, Tim Ferrell. Mitchell Poe, Gerald Martino. Back row: Gayla McSwain, Jane 
Bell, Jeannie Epting. Carol Fulton, Kathy Dubose, Karen Wessinger. Deborah Campbell, Elaine 
Odum. 



"Aw, come on!" 



74/Teams 




SURE SHOTS 



Rifle Team . . young . . . three 
returning lettermen . . . four Western 
Carolina Conference Matches . . firing 
against Appalachian State, Clemson, SC 
^ l^_ _ State, and Wala Forrest . . targets . . . 

'' '' ^ bull's eyel . . . improving . . . working with 

Buddy Cheek. Beth Schwind, Ginger Paramore. Steve Pynne. Clay Haskins, John Dowdle. ^ "^* ^oach — Captain Toy . gaining 
Franklin Childress, John Hellman, Captain Toy. Tim Ferrell. experience. 




I wish the target would stop moving. 



The noise in here is deafening. 



Teams/75 




Front Row: Norman Schellenger, Jimmy Hentz. George Bristol, Billy Higgins. Back Row: Tim 
Riddle. Robert Register, Andy White. David Gruhler. 



NETTERS 
BEGIN 

SEASON 

WITH 

HIGH HOPES 



Men's Tennis . . . happy go lucky 
bunchi . . . one of the youngest teams 
in the country . . . Norm "The Storm" 
Schellenger . . . Bill "Silk" Higgins . . . 
"the Anderson Assasin" . . . soph's are 
proven and match tough . . . "The 
Machine" . . . bomb servesl . . , unified 
team . . . trip through North Carolina 
during spring break . . . playing top 
NAIA schools and ACC members . . . 
"We're youth on the move!" 




"Oh, my backl" David Gruhler. 



"Oh — that was a good shotl" George Bristol. 



76/Teams 




1-2-3 — swingi Norman Schellenger and Tim Riddle. 



What good form, Andyl 




Reach for that ball. Billy HigginsI 




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Get ready, Billy, here it comesi 



My, what a small court — and who took the net? 



Teams/77 



THE BEST 

RACKET ^ 
IN TOWN ^ 



PC Women's tennis ... a young 
team ... a new coach, Bobby McKee, 
former men's tennis standout . . . 
strong, competitive players . . . lots of 
drive and depth . . . lack of exper- 
ience? . . . made up for by team spirit 
and the will to win. 




Front Row: Claire Pearson. Lynn Barton, Melanle Crelia. Back Row: Tracy Bridges. Kelly Shackleford, 
Laura Fowler, Mary Herman. 







A samurai serve. 



78/Teams 



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Ain't I graceful? 



Teams/79 



HARD IB 
WORKING m 
ATHLETES 1= 



Track team . . . high point man — 
Mike Owens . . . "Rusty, you can 
break that high jump recordi" . . . 
shot put . . . discus . . . "Coach Poss 
can't drive" . . . mistaking Reno for 
head coach . . . "Jimmy's white, 
and he's a fast runner" . . . marvel- 
ous track meet sack lunches . . . 
sand in your shoes . . . hurdles . . . 
pole vaulting . . . loud guns . . . dis- 
trict meets . . . encouragement 
from the stands . . . falling hard . . . 
coming around the last turn when 
the monkey jumps off the score- 
board and on your back! 




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1st Kovi: M. Leverette. J. McEachern. R. Kirkpatrick, J. Mooneyham, J. Wilson. 2nd Row: G. Harper, M. 
Key, D. Price, J. D'Andrea. H. Bailey, L. Roberts. 3rd Row: G. Hall, R. Clanton, W. Atkins, D. Hammer, 
H. Hinlon, M. Owens. 




Gene Harper; "How much farther do I have to run?" Dean Price "puts the shotl" 



P.C. Track looks for a good season. 



80/Teams 



WHAT 
FORM! 



Golf Team . . . coolness and exper- 
ience . . . successful season . . . hard 
work . . . diligent preparation . . . 
practicing in the cold of January . . . 
Lakeside Country Club . . . District 
Tournament in April . . . "You've got 
me out, out, out" . . . "even and one 
down" . . . "I'll press you for five" . . . 
"He's a one cutting SOB" . . . "Five 
says I'll outhit you" . . . "He's got more 
moves than a can of worms" ... "I 
N.D.'ed one at the 13th" . . . "Look out, 
Elsiel" . . . "Beached whale gave us a 
dollar for lunch" . . . "That hole's as 
tight as ..." 




Front Row: Steve McCall. Buddy Prow, Jimmy Herlong, Jim Moran. John Richardson. Marvin 
Newman. Back Row: Coach Perry, James Johnson, Keith Jude, Ricky Kirkpatrick, Mark Shea, Chip 
Porter. 










James Johnson seems amused by Jimmy Her- James Johnson warms up for the coming season, 
long's shot. 



Teams/81 



NEW I ll 
TRADITION lill 



The 1980 Scotsman Baseball Club 

. . . initial season . . . hoping to 

establish a new PC tradition . . . 

good base of talent . . . daily 

warm-ups and practice . . . 

challenging fine baseball teams 

. . . Newberry . . . Francis Marion 

. . . Baptist College . . . 

anticipation . . . inaugural 

campaign . . . twelve game 

schedule . . . strong support from 

club members . . . buying your 

own uniform . . . chipping in for 

supplies . . . Scotsman leaders are 

juniors Yogi Mensch, Mike Shealy, 

Jim Montgomery, and Billy 

Williams . . . haven't lost a game 

in 18 years . . . it's been a long 

time, PCI 



WALK ro EXIT ON 
SIDE OF VELLOUJ L 




Front Row: B. Tarbort — manager, J. Montgomery — President, P. McGinn, J. Lane, M. Shealy — 
Secretary, M. McCallum, D. Duda, T. Tracey. Second Row: L. Mooney — faculty advisor. Y. Mensch — 
Vice President, A. Thomas, T. Ferrell, K. Marshall. D. Singer, J. Hall. Back Row: B. Williams — Treasurer, 
B. Anderson, B. Hood, J. Sullivan, S. Simister. C. Goodman, C. Bourne. T. Grove. Not pictured: C. Williams, 
W. Cooper, W. Gatlin. L. Blair, R. Hollier, R. Way, J. Ransom, R. Korn, L. Brown, J. Broome. 



82/Teams 




"The Dummy Jump" — the Scotsman's idea of disco. 



INTRAMURALS 




"Get that spike. Tommyl 



The Bears' Alan Murphy struggles to break away from his Theta Chi opponent. 



Teams/83 



INTRAMURALS 



Intramurals . . . something for ev- 
eryone . . . "Where is the game — Le- 
roy or Templeton?" , . . action in the 
stands and on the courts . . . "Hey ref, 
whose side are you on anyway?" . . . 
"Don't study) we need more players" 
. . . "Does anybody have a racquet or a 
racquetball I can borrow?" . . . "I'm dy- 
ing; put in a sub, please" . . . "Go out 
for a long pass" . . . forfeit . . . "It's in 
— no it's out" . . . creative names , . . 
no sliding .... singles . . . doubles . . . 
"Aim for right field; he can't catch" 
. . . backstroke . . . aching the next 
morning . . practice . . . "Does any- 
body know where a schedule is?" . . . 
sign up sheets due by Friday . . . mak- 
ing friends . . . learning teamwork. 





Flying high for the Angels. 






Joy Smith takes the Neslea plungel 



84/Teams 




Candy's got it 



What a lunge, Catherinel 



Teams/85 




This one's for you. Petel 



An Alpha Sig blocks the KA's volley. 



86/Teams 




A freshman races for the end zone as Candy McCaskill and MImi McCrae pursue. 




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Tony Grove watches as Sigma Nu teammates defend 



Powderpuff football often becomes a contact sport. 



Teams/87 




Deb Smead ponders whether to shoot the 30-footer or dump the ball Inside. 



Block that shoti 



88/Teams 




"O.K. — this is iti" Nancy Williams. 



Harvey's Angels listen intently to their knowledgeable coach, Mark Padgett. 



Teams/89 



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76 


PC 67 


PIEDMONT 


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PC 80 


PIEDMONT 


100 


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WOFFORD 


34 


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LANDER 


76 


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NEWBERRY 


52 


PC 53 


COKER 


63 


PC 57 


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46 


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62 


PC 73 


COLUMBIA COLLEGE 77 


PC 58 


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55 


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PC 83 
PC 71 
PC 71 
PC 63 
PC 83 
PC 58 
PC 84 
PC 93 
PC 53 
PC 61 
PC 86 
PC 61 
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Left: If Eddie Addison and Robert Maddox are still laughing, 
obviously haven't seen what's for dinner. 
Opposite Page: "Welcome to Cardinal Key." 



they 



P.C. 

WELCOMES NEW 

PRESIDENT 

KENNETH ORR 



Kenneth Orr . . . Presbyterian's sixteenth 
President ... a stress on fund-raising . . 
meetings with all departments . interest 
in faculty input . new ideas . changes 
... a Presbyterian minister . . three sons 
. . dedicated to excellence and growth for 
PC . . . getting to know PC and its students 
. . . begins PC's second century. 




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94/Adniinistration 




ACADEMIC 

DEAN 

DR. DONALD A. 

KING 



Donald A. King . . . Aca- 
demic Dean ... his second 
year at PC ... bringing about 
changes in courses and pro- 
fessors . . . working to im- 
prove scheduling ... an avid 
PC supporter — from football 
games to dramatic produc- 
tions. 




DEAN OF 
STUDENTS 
JOSEPH O. 

NIXON 



Joseph O. Nixon . . . 
Dean of Students ... PC 
graduate . . . working with 
students . . . supervising 
different areas of student 
life . . . listening to com- 
plaints . . . looking for solu- 
tions . . . serving as a go- 
between for students and 
faculty . . . Where's the 
Volkswagen? ... a friendly 
smile ... a mean bridge 
game. 



Administration/95 




DEVELOPMENT 
JAMES F. 
DICKENSON 



James Dickenson . . . 
Director of Development 
works to raise mon- 
ey for PC . . . active in 
the Synod of the South- 
east . . . promoting PC 
to churches ... a great 
deal of travel for the col- 
lege. 




BUSINESS 
MANAGER 
AND TREASURER 
G. EDWARD 
CAMPBELL 

G. Edward Campbell . . . 
Business Manager and 
Treasurer . . . working out 
the budget . . . "Hi, how'ya 
doing?" . . . "Good to see 
ya" . . . "How're your 
folks?" ... a new office 
this year . . . accepts or re- 
jects expenditures for cam- 
pus organizations. 




ASSOCIATE DEAN OF 
STUDENTS 
MARION F. HILL 

Marion Hill . . . Associate Dean of Students . . . 
her last year at PC ... drop-ins for freshman 
women . , . Cardinal Key sponsor . . . works with 
Women's Council . . . enjoys needlework. 



ALUMNI AND 

COLLEGE 

RELATIONS 

BEN HAY HAMMET 



Ben Hay Hammet . . . Direc- 
tor of Alumni and College Re- 
lations. .. The Presbyterian 
College Report, working 
with alumni . . endless files 
... "I need you to get this out 
this afternoon". . "I'm going 
to run to the printer's"... 
serving on faculty commit- 
tees. 




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DIRECTOR OF 
ADMISSIONS 
WILLIAM K. JACKSON 



William Jackson . . . Director of 
Admissions . . . also teaches phys- 
ics .. . recruits students for the col- 
lege . . . increasing enrollment . . . 
Senior Fair . . . Admissions Adviso- 
ry Committee. 




STUDENT AID AND PLACEMENT 
JOHN P. DANILUK 

John P. Daniluk . . . Director of Student Aid and 
Placement . . . helps students seeking financial 
aid . . . placement . . . six companies interviewed 
PC students on campus . . . resumes . filling out 
forms. 



REGISTRAR 

ROSLYN 

MARTIN 

Roslyn Martin . . . 
Registrar . . . working 
with seniors . . 
Counting hours . . . 
"are you sure you've 
fulfilled your general 
education require- 
ments?" . . . diploma 
fees . . . graduation 
rehearsals . . . con- 
stant checking and 
rechecking of hours. 




DIRECTOR OF 
STUDENT 
ACTIVITIES 
RANDY RANDALL 



Randy Randall . . . 
Director of Student 
Activities . . . wom- 
en's basketball coach 
. . . intramurals direc- 
tor ... plays faculty 
intramurals . . . "Rock 
and Roll." 



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COMPUTER OPERATIONS 
WILLIAM S. CANNON 

William Cannon . . . Director of Computer 
Operations . . . also a faculty member . . . pro- 
grams Clinton Mills' computer for PC . . . regis- 
tration . . . keeping things in order. 



CHAPLAIN 
SAM COOPER 

Sam Cooper . . . the campus chaplain . . . 
interested in students . . . Student Volunteer 
Services . . . Winter Conference at Bethel- 
woods . . . special worship services . . . chapel 
... a new face at PC. 





INFIRMARY SUPERVISOR 
MARY W. EPTING 

Mary Epting . . . infirmary supervisor . . . 
"Now you just take this card to the doctor, and 
he'll fix you up" . . . pills and thermometers . . . 
serving at receptions. 



VIRGINIA CROCKF" 

Ginger Crocker . . . 
admissions counselor 
... a member of the 
South Carolina House of 
Representatives 
trips to Columbia . . . 
working with applicants 
to PC ... recruiting. 



ADMISSIONS 




ANDREW GIBSON 

Andy Gibson . . . ad- 
missions counselor ... a 
1979 PC graduate . . . 
traveling to Florida and 
North Carolina . . . 
working at the Senior 
Fair . . . telling high 
school students about 
PC. 



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DINING HALL STAFF 



Vernon Powell . . . Eva Mills . . John Mabry . . dining hall . . picnics make your 
own banana split . . . special dinners . . . "place the tray between the pegs. " . . . food 
fight . . . salad bar . . . seasonal decorations . . . long lines ... a personal touch ... ice 
cream all year round . . . good hearty food. 



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RESIDENT COUNSELORS 



Madeline Dula . . . Gladys Harvey . . . 
Mildred Smith . . . resident counselors 
. . . dorm parties ... a "special" table at 
the dining hall . . . chasing men out of the 
commons room . . a mother away from 
home . . locking doors five minutes ear- 
ly .. a watchful eye during open dorms 
never allows hamsters a personal 
friend. 




PLANT SUPERVISOR 
OREN F. BEATY 



Oren Beaty . . . plant supervi- 
sor ... in charge of maintenance 
. . . "you have a package at main- 
tenance" . . keeping the campus 
neat . . . raking leaves . . repair- 
ing . . . remodeling. 



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FACULTY SECRETARY 
ANN PITTS MARTIN 




a SECURITY 



Security . . . Grey Mayson — 
chief . . . public safety . . . foot- 
ball games . . . dances . . . car 
and bicycle registration . . . lock- 
ing and unlocking buildings . . 
helping students out , . fire 
drills car maintenance work- 
shops. 



SECRETARIES 



Sitting: Mary Sue Holmes. Aggie Hiers. 
Janice Noffz, Sandra Alexander. De- 
loria Burris. Addie Wilkes.Standing: B. 
J. Gault. Flo Dowdle, Ruth Salter. Cis- 
sie Davis. Beth Stanton. Maudeile Fin- 
ley. Myra Templeton. Gertrude John- 
son. Jan Needham. Mary Lehman, Jo 
Brown. Williene Hughes. Mary Man- 
gum, Martha Ann Monroe. Joyce Cop- 
ley. 




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HEAD LIBRARIAN 

DR. LENNART PEARSON 

Lennart Pearson . . . Head Librarian . . . teaches 
courses in Library Science . . . calligraphy . . . special 
exhibitions ... a Presbyterian minister ... a photogra- 
pher. 



LIBRARY 



The library . . . research . . . books . . . 
newspapers . . . catalog cards . . . term papers 
. . . studying for tests . . . helpful staff . . . 
making excess noise . being chased out from 
behind the desk by Dr. Pearson . . club meet- 
ings . . . Dillard-Elliott Room . Curriculum 
Lab ... closing at 12:00. 




Library Staff. Mary Stallworth. Ann Clarke, Gloria Wysor, Marion 
Prater, Diane Yarborough. 



Jane Presseau, Student Services Librarian and Dianne 
Tyler, Student Library Worker. 




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F 
A 
C 
U 
L 
T 
Y 



Richard Adams . was 
a business major at PC 
. . . struggled with 
Business Law . lived in 
Smythe . likes the one- 
to-one relationship 
between PC students and 
faculty . grades all his 
own papers because he 
thinks that it helps the 
professor get to know his 
students better . . enjoys 
going on picnics. 



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Raymond Andrews . . . 
got caught at most pranks 
he tried in college . . 
changed his major from 
math to music . . . 
participated in all 
intramural sports . . . 
member of the college 
choir . . . just bought a 
new economy car to help 
save energy. 



Carl Arnold . . was a 
member of a dance club 
in college . once a 
dairy marketing major in 
college . . "There's no 
such thing as a free 
lunch" . . believes that 
PC students conduct 
themselves in a 
responsible manner, but 
many do not operate to 
their potential . "i.e." 




Dorothy Brandt . 
says, "A teacher has to be 
blind in one eye and deaf 
in one ear" . . believes 
PC students put studying 
off until the last minute 
and often don't keep up 
with class assignments 
. . . once planned to major 
in math ... the source of 
the flicker in her dorm's 
lights was traced to her 
iron . . . hates onions. 



Larry Burch . . 
coached and instructed ii 
PE since 1973 . . . says 
that he went to a 
"Mountain School" . . 
likes the good spirit and 
vigor displayed in PC's 
athletics. 



Timothy Burns . . . once 
gave termites as a 
Christmas present to a 
teacher with a wooden leg 
. . . involved in all 
intramural sports . . . 
nickname was "Mad Dog" 
. . . member of the 
Knights of Columbus . . 
"You maggots, you'll never 
get this coveted ranger 
tap." . . . enjoys mountain 
climbing. 



102/Faculty 



Ronald Burnside . . . 
"Burnie" . . . played 
Intramural football and 
volleyball in college . . . 
majored in Economics . . . 
uses a wood stove to help 
save energy . . . does not 
like sugar added to foods 
... is a sports enthusiast. 



Paul Campbell . . . 
"that's all there are to it" 
. . . ran track in college 
. . . nicknamed "Rock" . . 
doesn't think PC students 
study enough . . . takes 
three to four hours to 
grade a set of papers . . . 
dislikes liver ... is 
burning wood to heat his 
home and conserve 
energy. 



William Cannon ... a 
member of Phi Beta Kappa 
and Sigma Delta Pi . . . 
used to have a syndicated 
newspaper column . . . 
thinks PC students loaf 
too much . . . the most 
sound advice he received: 
"go to graduate school" 
. . . dislikes squash . . . 
collects trains on a scale 

of 1:1. 



Nolon Carter . . . 
spends more time in 
making out a test than in 
grading it . . . once stood 
on top of the parapet of 
the Erskine clock tower 
. . . played intramural 
volleyball . . . has cut out 
air-conditioning to help 
the energy crisis. 




Fred Chapman . . . 
nicknamed "Whispering 
Fred" because he had 
laryngitis his freshman 
year at college . . . failed 
advanced physics . . . 
thinks PC fraternity men 
place fraternities above 
PC . . . cannot stomach 
broccoli or Kentucky Fried 
Chicken . . . "Good 
Morning Scholars." 



James Clark . . . 
nicknamed "Jayce" . . 
spends two to four hours 
grading a set of papers 
. . . was a member of 
Delta Chi Fraternity . . . 
says PC students are 
sometimes too relaxed in 
class . . . always says 
"denoted" and 
"essentially" . . . dislikes 
liver . . . was once 
advised to "study hard." 



Charles Coker . . . 
though he attended a 
college other than PC, he 
was a member of one 
fraternity which PC has, 
but he won't name it .'. 
played intramural 
basketball and tennis in 
college . . . can't stand 
grits . . . dry wit. 



Constance Colwell . . . 
majored in German 
instead of French because 
of a schedule conflict . . . 
member of college choir 
... to save energy, she is 
recycling old tests . . . 
takes "forever" to grade 
tests . . . isn't very fond 
of grits. 



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Claude Cooler . . . Once 
hauled a two-ton cannon 
from the "green" up four 
flights of stairs at 
Clemson during 
homecoming ... is a 
licensed surveyor ... is a 
marriage counselor . . . 
likes alertness of PC 
students . . . believes in 
having fun . . . retreats to 
Lake Greenwood to relax. 



Kenneth Creel . . "Use 
a little common sense" 
. . . especially likes the 
friendliness of PC 
students . . . since 
students at his college 
were not allowed to leave 
campus, he and a friend 
sneaked off to the 
moviesi when they came 
out of the theater, they 
were face to face with 
one of their professors. 



Raymond Dotson . . . 
nicknamed "Toad" ... to 
do his part for the energy 
crisis, he stays at home 
more . . . says he is 
willing to try any food 
once. 



Charles Gaines . . . 
"Look for the positivel" 
... is a Sigma Chi . . . 
was a member of Phi Mu 
Alpha . . . likes the caliber 
of PC students . . . takes 
three hours to grade one 
set of papers . . . drives 
55 to help conserve 
energy. 




Tim Gaines . . . was a 
political science major and 
planned to go to law 
school, but changed his 
mind his Jr. year . . . 
hates Brussel sprouts . . . 
a professor once told him, 
"all you'll ever get to do 
is work with ratsl" 
Instead, he gets to work 
with PC students . . . says 
students make demands 
on professors which is 
both bad and good . 
enjoys teaching here. 



Cally Gault . . . has 
coached at PC since 1963 
. . enjoys working with 
the students and athletes 
of today . . . full name is 
Calhoun Folk Gault . . . the 
Dean of South Carolina 
football. 



Dave Gillespie . . . "Do 
you follow what I'm 
saying?" , . . bought a 
four-cylinder Mustang to 
help conserve energy . . . 
hates raw oysters . . . 
once stole a Christmas 
tree out of a girls' 
dormitory at Wake Forest. 



Edward Gouge ... a 
high school wrestler . . . 
once stuffed his 
roommate's VW full of 
newspapers . . . thinks it 
is a shame that we lose 
students who are loaded 
with potential, but who 
don't know how to budget 
their time ... to help 
conserve energy he uses 
his fireplace all winter . . . 
combines family picnics 
and gem hunts. 



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Jane Hammet . . . 
majored in English at PC 
. . . enjoys being a part of 
the college community 
because of the students' 
academic and physical 
vitality ... a member of 
Alpha Gamma Beta . . . 
"Now, gulls" . . . started 
the PC players ... A 
Dramatic Production 
major at Auburn. 



Lewis Hay ... an Alpha 
Sigma Phi at PC ... "One 
of God's greatest gifts to 
mankind is a sense of 
humor" . . . takes a long 
time to grade papers — 
uses them to get to know 
students . . . car 
mechanics is his hobby 
. . . tinkers with a 1972 
MG . . . appreciates 
students' wanting to know 
professors personally. 



Michael Henson . . 
failed his first course in 
Microbiology . . . called 
"Doc" because he was in 
the medical corps in 
Vietnam . . once tied 
doors together in the 
room across from his in 
the dorm and pulled the 
fire alarm . . . rides a bike 
or walks to school, 
insulated his home, and 
closes off rooms in his 
house for energy savings. 



Robert Hill . . . was 
nicknamed "Smokey" 
because he burned up a 
typewriter by typing so 
slowly . . . usually takes 
him about one day to 
grade a class' papers . . . 
enjoys the openness of PC 
students and their saying 
what they feel . . . sound 
advice that was given 
him: "be yourself" ... is 
using a woodburning stove 
to help the energy crisis. 




Jane Holt . . . switched 
majors from history to 
biology . . . thinks that PC 
students are friendly, 
cooperative, and easy to 
work with, but they hate 
to study . . . only uses her 
car about one time a 
week by consolidating 
short trips and riding her 
bike . . . dislikes coffee 
. . . played intramural 
soccer, tennis, Softball and 
volleyball. 



Robert Hudson . . . had 
to take remedial spelling 
in college . . . "you've got 
potential" ... "I lied" . . . 
once aimed an explosive 
for a stairwell landing and 
ended up blowing out a 
dorm window . . . dislikes 
clam chowder ... is using 
a Fisher stove to conserve 
energy. 



Randy Huff . . . had no 
idea what he wanted to 
do when he got to college, 
but decided on sciences 
. . . thinks that people 
need to be convinced that 
there is an energy crisis 
. . . was inspired by his 
college teachers . . . 
"expect to work for 
things, don't give up if 
things don't come easy at 
first. You don't have to be 
a whiz — I'm living 
proof." 



Lutrecia Hunter . . 
spends about three hours 
grading a set of tests . . . 
played intramurals' in 
college . . pulled the 
usual dormitory pranks 
. . . like the fact that PC 
students are concerned 
for fellow students and 
tuned into people's needs. 



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Ted Hunter . . . flunked 
college algebra and later 
married a math major . 
was captain of his 
intramural water- 
basketball team ... is 
reconditioning faculty 
bicycles as his 
contribution to the energy 
crisis . . . Hunter's 
Principle: "Whatsoever 
the mind of man can 
conceive that will he also 
do." 



Fred James ... a PE 
major at one time . . . was 
once advised, "Don't 
teach" . . . "Just one 
more thing" . . . "Now 
this is gonna blow your 
mind" . . . "Nothing else 
like it in the world" . . . 
used to throw buckets of 
water under doors while 
in college . . . thinks PC 
students are happy 
people. 



Robert Jolly ... has 
spent up to eight hours 
grading a set of tests . . . 
member of Arts Students' 
League . . . nicknamed 
"Boob" . . . had planned 
to major in architecture 
. . . dislikes chattering in 
class . . . can't eat 
broccoli, raw onions and 
liver. 



Elga Jones . . . "Sing on 
the breath!" . . . called 
"little one" . . . enjoys PC 
students' enthusiasm . . . 
member of Phi Kappa 
Lambda . . . spends three 
to four hours grading 
tests . . . her students 
don't practice enough . . . 
dislikes liver and squash. 




Allen King . . was a 
radar mechanic in the 
airforce in England during 
WWII . . . failed organic 
chemistry . has a 
degree in chemistry 
about students: "If they 
chew bubble gum, I could 
Kill them, and if they 
blow bubbles, I would put 
them in torture for 
months on end it's 

uncivilized" "Be 

Pacific" . . . "That's All." 



Yvonne King . . . 
attended college at the 
University of Switzerland 
. . . had to wear a gown 
to classes and dinner . . 
didn't take exams until 
the end of the school year 
. . . wishes PC students 
were more adventurous in 
their thoughts . . had 
storm windows put in and 
uses a wood stove to help 
the energy crisis. 



Kym Mahnke . . . 
originally a history major 
. . . played baseball (third 
base) on his college team 
... Phi Beta Kappa . . . 
used to try to make time 
stop by turning back 
clocks in classrooms . . . 
was once told, "the 
purpose of the college 
teacher is to amaze and 
amuse" . . . dislikes 
overdone green beans and 
smashed green peas. 



Richard McKee . . . 
came to PC in 1977 . . . 
likes working with the 
students and also likes 
their interest in athletics 
. . . enjoys coaching 
tennis. 



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Lowell Mooney . . . says 
he's a country boy who 
likes everything . . . 
favorite (overused) saying 
is "obviously" . . a 
member of Beta Alpha Psi 
. . . thinks it's great that 
PC students are involved 
in extracurricular 
activities ... is 
conserving and 
complaining to help the 
energy crisis. 



Anne Moorefield . . . 
takes her "forever" to 
grade tests . if she had 
a nickname, she didn't 
know about it ... thinks 
PC students are pretty 
nice, but doesn't like their 
rowdiness at night . . . 
walks to work . . . hates 
oatmeal. 



David Moorefield . . 
shot on his college's rifle 
team an English- 

Religion major ... an 
Alpha Sigma Phi ... walks 
where he can and bikes 
where he can't was 

student secretary for 
ROTC department in 
college . . . used to 
chauffeur the Beta Club's 
national Sec. . . dislikes 
raw oysters. 



David Needham . . . 
thinks PC has a very 
intelligent student body as 
a whole . . . minored in 
French and English . 
innocently watched while 
his college friends put a 
stuffed gorilla on top of a 
girls' dorm for the house 
mother . . . hates liver. 




John Perry . . 
graduated from PC and 
came to the staff in 1972 
. . . says that PC students 
are good workers. 



Elliott Poss . . likes the 
friendliness of PC's 
student body . 
attended PC . was a 
member of Pi Kappa Alpha 
. . . also played football. 



Neal Prater . . . Saves 
energy by riding a bicycle 
. . Phi Gamma Delta 
Fraternity hates for 

students to cut class and 
blow bubble gum . . 
dislikes vegetables of any 
kind, especially peas and 
carrots . . . takes 15-20 
minutes to grade an 
upper-level test . . . 
originally an Economics 
major. 



Jack Presseau ... a 
music major . . takes 
"forever" to grade papers 
. . . worked his way 
through school . . . taught 
music lessons in trumpet, 
trombone, and piano . . . 
is actively fighting the 
energy crunch by planting 
shade trees, sealing off 
the gables in his home . . . 
member of Phi Mu Alpha. 



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William Price . . . 
nicknamed "Ike" and he 
has a twin brother named 
Mike . . . hates squash . . . 
he is trying to conserve 
energy in every way 
possible, especially at 
home. 



George Pruden . . has 
taught at PC on and off 
since 1971 . . . has a 
doctorate in International 
Studies . helped to 
cover the Wake Forest 
chapel with toilet paper 
for the next day's speaker 
(a Mr. Howard Butt) . . . 
believes PC students take 
their reading assignments 
too casually . . . can't 
stand beef tongue. 



Dale Rains . . a 
member of Alpha Psi 
Omega . . , likes the 
enthusiasm of students 
. . . "Can't is an obscene 
word!" . . . dislikes 
students' blowing bubbles 
in class . . . Once 
received this advice. 
"Never be afraid to make 
a fool of yourself" . . . 
takes 30 minutes to grade 
a test. 



George Ramsey . . . 
started out in engineering 
and then switched to 
history . . . dislikes 
oysters, especially raw 
. . . was once invited to 
discuss Mesopotamian 
Archeology with the 
Crown Prince of Japan 
. . . favorite TV program 
is MASH to save 

energy, he turns out the 
lights in the faculty lounge 
every time he leaves. 



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Kim Randall ... '79 PC 
graduate . . has a hard 
time taking standardized 
tests . . . "You're the 
teacher and you're 
supposed to know the 
answer" . . washes 
clothes only once a week 
to help the energy crisis 
. . . Dr. James once told 
her, "don't let things get 
to you" . doesn't like 
pizza. 



Wayne Renwick . . . 
attended PC . . majored 
in Social studies and 
history . . . nickname was 
"Wick" . . . says that PC 
students have "class." 



Homer Rickabaugh . . . 
has been in Korea since 
1957 . . . ran cross-country 
in college . majored in 
philosophy . . worked in 
Korea as a campus 
minister in government 
and private universities 
... Is a photography buff. 



Norman Scarborough 
. . . was going to major in 
industrial management . . . 
"Do ya understand?" . . . 
has a water restrictor in 
his shower to help 
conserve energy . . tripe 
makes him sick. 



108/Faculty 



Stephen Schaeffer . . . 
"practicel practice! 
practicel" . . . swims 
every day . . . used to 
scare students away from 
the organ by blowing in 
the pipes and making 
spooky sounds , . . 
received this 
advice, "I can only open 
the door, you have to 
walk through it" hates 

liver. 



James Skinner . . 
played college football . . 
appreciates PC students' 
friendliness and politenes 
in class, but would like to 
see more dedication to 
academics . . awakened 
his campus by firing the 
cannon at 3:00 a.m. . . . 
saves paper to recycle 
and uses no office lights 
... "a wealth of specific 
detail." 



Linda Smith . . . 
attended PC . . . was 
known as "Sudden Death 
Suddeth" at PC before her 
marriage . . . likes 
students' involvement 
with volunteer services 

. . to aid the energy 
crisis, she is "thinking 
about buying a bicycle, 
and recycling aluminum 
cans . . . doesn't like for 
students to chew tobacco. 



Tom Stallworth . . . 
Teaching is fun . . . 
grading papers is a chore 

. . member of Pi Kappa 
Alpha at PC . . drives an 
economy car at 55 to save 
gas and lives . . . loves 
sailing . . likes the 
personal relationship with 
students at PC . . 
studies didn't come easy. 




Rachel Stewart 
made A's at Harvard and 
Radcliffe, but failed typing 
at grad school likes 

murder mysteries . . . 
spent ten years as a 
professional cellist 
philosophy major . . . 
happy faces adorn her 
tests . likes chess, 
bridge, and backgammon 
. . . saves energy by 
wrapping up In blankets 
and reading at night. 



Ann Stidham . . . hates 
raw oysters . 
remembers crawling out 
of dorm windows since 
her college had no cards 
or open dorms . . . she 
enjoys students, but Is 
disappointed In that most 
underestimate themselves 
. . . spends six to eight 
hours grading a set of 
tests . . was once told, 
"what you are to be you 
are now becoming." 



James Stidham 
nicknamed "Mr. 
Metabolism" because he 
could eat anything and 
not gain an ounce . . . was 
captain of his college's 
tennis team hates 

grading papers because It 
takes him hours . . . 
thinks PC students are 
easy to be with . . once 
filled his college business 
manager's car to the brim 
with leaves. 



Robert Strock . . . 
played college football . . . 
got a Masters In public 
school administration . . . 
likes the character of PC 
students appreciates 

the students' Intelligence 
and friendliness. 



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Foard Tarbert . . . 
"Don'tcha see?" . . . once 
a civil engineering major 
. . . flunked English four 
times . . . painted the 
tank at the Citadel . . . 
beefs about the fact that 
PC students drive nicer 
cars than he does . . . was 
once advised, "Don't go 
into teaching" . . . cannot 
eat chitlins. 



Waid Toy . . . switched 
majors from chemistry to 
economics . . failed 
organic chemistry and 
German . . . "Always 
forward" . . . hates turnip 
greens and collards. 



Richard Whiteside . . 
nicknamed "Whitey" . . 
used to have pale blond 
hair double majored 

business administration 
and psychology . . . 
despises liver . . . says PC 
students are both bright 
and lazy. 




Eugene Womble . . . 
played basketball in 
college . . . member of Phi 
Beta Kappa . . enjoys the 
friendliness of PC 
students . . . dislikes 
bananas . . . was once 
told: "Booklearning 
doesn't necessarily make 
a person wise." 



Bill Yarborough . . 
changed majors four times 
. . . "and now it's obvious 
that" . likes the fact 
that PC students treat 
him as a person and not 
always a teacher . . still 
has a chair he stole from 
his college cafeteria 
because he was going to 
be charged for a meal 
twice . dislikes olives 
and mustard. 




Ethyl Zygote . . . played 
basketball in college (as 
the ball) . was once 
caught impersonating a 
fungus in a Petri dish . . 
was advised to "quit while 
you're a head" . . can't eat 
English peas, it's 
cannibalistic 

graduated at the head of 
her class really got 

around in college. 



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Fun and games in Dr. Presseau's Rec. class. 



Roy learns something new every day at P.C. 



Faces/113 




What's so funny. Lang? 



AH-CHOOOOI 



114/Faces 



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What do you say when you see a dead cat lying beside the road? 




This sure beats studying. 



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WHO'S WHO 

AMONG STUDENTS 

IN AMERICAN 

COLLEGES 

AND UNIVERSITIES 




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Susan Buffington . . . ACS 
. . . PaC SaC — asst. ed. 
. . . Cardinal Key — 
Treas. . . . choir . . . 
Oeland Biology Scholar 
. . . Blue Stocking — 
photo ed. ... AIBS — Sec. 
. . . Sigma Kappa Alpha 
. . . women's council — 
Treas. . . . admissions 
advisory com. 



Bill Cowsert ... SVS — 
coordinator . . . Blue Key 
— Pres. . . . Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity — V. Pres. . . . 
SEC — chairman . . . 
Sigma Kappa Alpha . . . 
student assembly . . . rifle 
team. 



Louise Davis . . . FOB . . . 
Marc Weersing Scholar 
. . . women's council — 
Treas. . . . choir . . . 
madrigal troupe . . . dorm 
council . . Cardinal Key 
— Pres. . . . Sigma Kappa 
Alpha . . . judicial council 
. . . SVS — coordinator. 




Johnny Bowen . . . AIBS 
. . . Georgia Dorm Pres. 
. . . student assembly . . . 
football . . . Circle K . . . 
PKA ... ROTC — Cadet 
capt. . . . SGA — student 
rep. . . BSU/CIA . . ACS 
. . . hall counselor . . . 
New Life Singers. 



Betsy Greene . . . Belk 
Dorm Pres. . . . FOB . . . 
Hay Bible Medal . . . 
women's council . . . choir 
and madrigals . . CIA . . . 
Judicial council . . . Sigma 
Kappa Alpha . . . SVS — 
coordinator 

admissions com. . . . dorm 
council. 



Clay Haskins . . AIBS . . . 
Blue Key ... ACS — 
Treas. . . . Sigma Kappa 
Alpha . . men's council 

— Pres. . . . FOB . . . 
Circle K . . . Blue Stocking 

— business manager . . . 
student council — Sec. 

. . . rifle team — capt. 
. . . dorm Pres. . . . SVS. 



Virginia Henderson . . . 
Cardinal Key — Sec. . . . 
choir and madrigals . . . 
judicial council . . . 
volleyball — capt. . . . CIA 
. . . women's council . . . 
SVS . . . New Life Singers 
. . . Staley Lecture Com. 
. . . Westminster 
Fellowship. 



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Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities ... an esteemed award 
given on the national level ... a special group of 
students . . . recognizing those who excel . . . 
academics . . community service . leadership 
ability . . . future potential . . . having college 
biography published in Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities. 

Students selected from Presbyterian College . . . 



from a varied cross section of the student body 
. . . active in varsity sports . . . editors of college 
publications . . . members of student assembly, 
student government, judicial council, and various 
faculty committees . . members of dramatic and 
musical groups . . . maintain a high academic level 
. . . hard workers . . . willing to take on a job ... 
all are assets to Presbyterian College. 



Eddie Hulse . . Theta Chi 
Fraternity — pledge 
marshall ... CIA ... ACS 
— Pres. . . . AIBS — V. 
Pres. . . . Blue Key — 
Sec.-Treas. . . . SVS . . . 
lab asst. — freshman and 
organic chemistry. 



Mamie Jennings . . . CIA 
. . . women's council . . . 
SVS — coordinator . . . 
Sigma Kappa Alpha . . 
Circle K . . church 
vocations group — Pres. 
. . . chaplain search com. 
. . . SVS Intern. 



Virginia Johnson . FOB 
and TOB chairman . 
SGA — Pres. Blue 

Stocking staff . . . student 
affairs com. . . . business 
club SVS ... 

presidential search com. 
. . . student assembly . . . 
student council . . . 
academic affairs com. 



Johnny Robertson . . 
special Olympics . . . SVS 
— coordinator . . . PaC 
SaC — section editor . . . 
Blue Stocking — business 
manager . . . Westminster 
Fellowship — Pres . . . 
student assembly . . . 
lecture steering com. 







Karen Ruszler . . PC 
players . . . Cardinal Key 
. . . Alpha Psi Omega . . 
Founder's Scholar . . . PaC 
SaC — editor ... SEC — 
Sec. . . . Sigma Kappa 
Alpha . . . Oeland English 
Scholar . . . Figs and 
Thistles — editor. 



Corky Strickland . . . choir John Turner . . . PKA — 



— Pres. . . CIA . 

judicial council — 

chairman ... PC players 
FOB . . madrigals 
SVS . . . academic 

affairs com. . . . hunger 

task force. 



V. Pres. . . . Blue Key ... 
student assembly . . . 
basketball . . . Miller 
athletic award . . . Oeland 
History Scholar . . . men's 
council — Pres. . . . 
student affairs council . . . 
graduation marshal. 



Karen Wessinger . . AIBS 
. . . women's council — 
Pres. . . cheerleader . . . 
Cardinal Key — Sec. . . . 
FOB . . Blue Stocking . . . 
SVS . . . madrigals . . . 
Sigma Kappa Alpha . . . 
Oeland English Scholar . . . 
choir . . . student 
assembly. 



Who's Who/117 



SENIORS 

CLASS OF 1980 



Susan Frances Adams 

Union, SC 

Accounting 

Sally Patricia Allen 

Vidalia. GA 

History 

Richard Wyatt Amick 

Leesville, SC 

Psychology 



Sandra Starr Baltzegar 

Greenwood, SC 

Psychology 

Robin Melinda Banker 

Charlotte, NC 

Psychology 

Janet Dianne Bearden 

Wellford, SC 

Elementary Education 



Mary Louisa Betts 

West Columbia. SC 

Music 

Robin Annette Blackmon 
Sumter. SC 
Psychology 

John Charles Boan 

Camden, SC 

Chemistry 













118/Faces 




Elizabeth Longstreet Boggs 
Charlotte, NC 
Elementary Education 

John Paul Bowen 
Chester, GA 
Biology 

Annette Boyd 
Clinton, SC 
Mathematics 



Gregory Jon Breter 
Orlando, FL 
Religion 

James Larry Bridges 
Greenville, SC 
History 

Susan Marie Buffington 
Gainesville, GA 
Biology 



Clinton Burgess 
Turbeville, SC 
Chemistry 

Sandra Lenora Busbee 
Graniteville, SC 
Business 

Jay Carol Byars 
Cayce, SC 
History 



George Kevin Calhoun 
Columbus, GA 
Religion 

Elizabeth Lynn Cleckley 
Augusta, GA 
Psychology 

Esther Kay Cleveland 
Columbia, SC 
Psychology 



Faces/119 



Elliott Jerry Coleman III 

Columbus, GA 

Business Administration 

Carole Joyce Connor 

Myrtle Beach, SC 

English 

William Stone Cowsert 

Macon, GA 

Business Administration 






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John Holmes Dowdle, Jr. 

Clinton, SC 

Business Administration 

LaRue Wesley Edge, Jr. 

Macon, GA 

Music 

Mary Jeannette Epting 

Sumter, SC 

English 



Francis Daniel Ertel 

Atlanta, GA 

Business Administration 

Kathryn Louise Ethridge 

Elberton, GA 

Sociology 

Catherine Marshall Farmer 

Anderson, SC 

Special Education 





120/Faces 




Ellen Maxine Ferguson 
Spartanburg, SC 
Music Education 

George Thomas Fesperman 
Waycross, GA 
Fine Arts 

Laurence Davis Frederick III 

Rock Hill, SC 

Biology 



James Allen Gaston 
Carroliton, GA 
Business Management 

George Ward Gatlin 
Conway, SC 
Biology 

Charles Wiley Gibbs, Jr. 

Laurens, SC 

Biology 



Jane Kelly Gilbert 
Maitland, FL 
Psychology /Sociology 

Pansy Rebecca Goforth 
Greenville, SC 
Special Education 

Carolyn Esther Goodyear 

Mullins, SC 

Business Administration 



Betsy Carole Greene 
Spartanburg, SC 
Religion 

Sara Jane Haddon 
Greenville. SC 
Business Administration 

Robert Gaston Hall III 
Birmingham, AL 
History 



Faces/OI 



Dorothy Dee Hammond 

Dublin, GA 

English 

Craig Robert Hanson 
Clinton, SC 
Psychology 

Philip Henry Harris 

Laurens, SC 

English 



James Philip Harrison 

Rose Valley, PA 

Business Administration 

Janet Anne Harrison 

Spartanburg, SC 

Special Education 

Robert Dillard Harvey 
Atlanta, GA 
Psychology 



Noel Clayton Haskins 

Manchester, GA 

Chemistry 

Daphne Ann Hayes 

Lake View, SC 

Psychology 

Charlotte Virginia Henderson 

Aiken, SC 

Christian Education 



James Augustus Heriong 

Rock Hill, SC 

Business Administration 

Kayre Katherine Hines 

Forest Park, GA 

Biology 

Arthur John Hobble 

Middlesex, NJ 

Business Administration 




122/Faces 




Joe Leake Holcombe 
Clinton, SC 
History/Political Science 

Alan Kent Hopkins 
Stone Mountain, GA 
Biology Education 

James Douglas Horton 
Gainesville, GA 
Psychology 



William Leonard Howard 

Doraville, GA 

History 

James Edward Hulse III 
Brunswick, GA 
Chemistry 

Constance Laurette Jackson 

Albany, GA 

Accounting 



Thomas Alan Jarvis 
Greenville, SC 
English 

Mamie Langley Jennings 
Columbia, SC 
Religion/English 

Donald Hoke Jeter 
Deiray Beach, FL 
Business Administration 



Billups Phinizy Johnson III 

Albany, GA 

Business Administration 

Elizabeth Hale Johnson 

Rome, GA 

Business Administration 

James Vandegrift Johnson III 
Columbus, GA 
Business Administration 



Faces/Q3 



Virginia Aline Johnson 

Rock Hill, SC 

English 

Jenny Lauren Jones 

Bowie, MD 

Sociology 

Stefani Ann Jones 

Atlanta, GA 

Biology 



Andrew Brice Jordan III 

Monetta, SC 

Chemistry 

Mark William Kay 

Anderson, SC 

Psychology 

James Douglas Kellogg 

Atlanta, GA 

Business Administration 



Cynthia Lynn Kilgus 

Bamberg, SC 

Elementary Education 

Michael Andrew Knight 

St. Simons Island, GA 

Religion 

Debra Ann LaBoon 

Greer, SC 

Mathematics 



Terri Lee Lathom 

Decatur, GA 

Elementary Education 

Teresa Diane Lawrence 

Duncan, SC 

Biology Education 

Amy Byrel Leidheiser 

Tryon, NC 

Religion 





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Susan Elizabeth Lindsay 

Joanna, SC 

Music 

Richard Melvin Little 

Conley, GA 

Business Administration 

Sandra Joann Maceyko 
Savannah, GA 
Psychology 



James Gayle McArthur 
Rock Hill, SC 
Political Science 

James Corbly McCoun 

Decatur, GA 

Business Administration 

John Patrick McDonald 
Ormond Beach, FL 
Business Administration 



Mimi McRae 
Gainesville, GA 
Business Administration 

Timothy Andrew Nates 

Irmo, SC 

Business Administration 

Ricky Clark Nelson 
Monticello, GA 
Biology 



Marvin Cecil Newman 

Bethune, SC 

Business Administration 

Willie Danzig Newton, Jr. 

Andrews, SC 

Business Administration 

James Bruce OIlis, Jr. 
Laurinburg, NC 
Social Studies 



Faces/125 



Mark Padgett 


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Mitchell Bryan Poe 

Greenville, SC 

History 

Elaine Potts 

Clinton, SC 

Education 

Catherine Louise Powell 

Spartanburg, SC 

Special Education 



Laurie Katherine Pruett 

Birmingham, Ml 

English/Education 

Erskine Abraham Reed 

Orangeburg, SC 

Business Administration 

John Paul Robertson III 

Red Springs, NC 

Religion 



Jerry Ramseur Robinson 

Brevard, NC 

Biology 

Mary Karen Ruszler 

Blacksburg, VA 

English 

Carol Annette Senn 

Gaston, SC 

Elementary Ed. /Religion 



126/Faces 





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Tracey Leigh Shealy 

Piedmont, SC 

Business Administration 

Deborah Anne Smead 

Seminole, FL 

Business Administration 

Janice Annette Smith 
Waycross, GA 
Biology 



Miriam Joy Smith 
West Point, GA 
Psychology 

Carrie Denise Stephens 
Roebuck, SC 
Special Education 

Joseph Arnold Sterling, Jr. 

Maitland, FL 

Biology 



Henry Carey Strickland III 

Snellville, GA 

English 

James Michael Stringfellow 

Rock Hill, SC 

Business Administration 

Barry Parnell Taylor 
College Park, GA 
Political Science 



Claudia Garrett Taylor 
Simpsonville, SC 
Psychology 

Julie Ellen Terry 
Charleston, SC 
Elementary Education 

Danny Lee Thornton 
Washington, GA 
History 



Faces/127 



David Edwin Tinga 

Athens, GA 

Business Administration 

Jean Lindsay Trollinger 

Wilkesboro. NC 

Special Education 

John Anthony Turner 

Gary, NC 

English 



Clare Inez Turner 
Clinton, SC 
Psychology 

Grayce Dianne Tyler 

Columbia, SC 

English/Religion 

Julius Marshall Vann 

Trenton, SC 

History 



Elliott Spear Waddell III 

Columbus, GA 

Business Administration 

Mary Kay Wade 

North Augusta, SC 

Psychology 

Roy Lee Walker, Jr. 
Clinton, SC 
Psychology 



Rhoda Quinn Wallace 

Lawrenceville, GA 

Sociology 

Nancy Ruth Warren 

Douglasville, GA 

Biology 

James Joseph Watson 

Cordova, TN 

Business Administration 




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Beverly Louise Weeks 
Greenwood.SC 
Special Education 

Karen Elizabeth Wessinger 
Clinton, SC 
English Education 

Peter Regan Wetherell 
Columbus, Ga 
History 



Dana Leanne Wiggins 

Atlanta, GA 

Business Administration 

Frederick Gantt Williams 
Augusta, GA 
Accounting 

Nancy Anne Irwin Williams 

Bristol, TN 

English 



Angus Scott Wilson 
Conway, SC 
Biology 

Jeffrey Watt Wilson 

Atlanta, GA 

Business Administration 

Bruce Gordon Wismer 
St. Petersburg, FL 
Religion 



Elaine Woods 
Columbia, SC 
English/History 

Julia Frances Woodson 
Columbus, GA 
Elementary Education 

John Calvin Younkin 

Lutz, FL 

Business Administration 



Faces/129 



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Adair Allen 

Atlanta, GA 

Beauford Maurice Ammons 

Darlington. SC 

Robert Bentley Anderson III 

Chamblee, GA 

Thomas Nettles Bagnal. Jr. 

Columbia. SC 

Evan Christopher Bahr 

Ft. Wayne, IN 



Hugh Tolan Bailey, Jr. 

Liberty, SC 

Julia Ellen Bailey 

Chapin, SC 

Elizabeth Springer Barron 

Marietta, GA 

Lynn Allison Barton 

Doraville, GA 

Margaret Jane Bell 

Stone Mountain, GA 



Sharon E. Bellwood 

Greenville, SC 

Russell Wallace Berry 

Bishopville, SC 

Charles Adam Bishop, Jr. 

Lodge, SC 

Harold Lee Blair, Jr. 

Columbus, GA 

William Todd Bond 

Clinton. SC 



Richard Elmer Boyles, Jr. 

Allendale. SC 

Thomas Hunt Bozeman 

Greenville. SC 

Major Harold Brannen. Jr. 

Unadilla. GA 

John Cecil Brearley 

Columbia, SC 

Martha Ellen Brooks 

Rock Hill, SC 



James Donald Broome, Jr. 

Avondale Estates, GA 

Kevin Paul Brown 

Lexington, KY 

Robert Henry Burnside, Jr. 

Columbia, SC 

William Rowland Cameron III 

Laurens, SC 

Deborah Kate Campbell 

Iva, SC 









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Joel Michael Candler 

Union. SC 

Mary Carolyn Carmichael 

Atlanta, GA 

Donna Ruth Chapman 

Spartanburg, SC 

April Eulane Childress 

Anderson, SC 

William Glenn Christopher 

Carlisle. SC 



James Lafayette Chupp 
Norcross, GA 
Michael Daniels Clayton 
Avondale Estates, GA 
Steven Harold Coker 
Avondale Estates. GA 
Kitty Ethelene Cooper 
Fountain Inn. SC 
Spencer B. Copeland, Jr. 
Plantation. FL 



Charles Edgar Crane 

Athens. GA 

Eugene Cross IV 

Marion. NC 

Julie Heyward Crowder 

Spartanburg. SC 

Diane Devore Croxton 

Anderson. SC 

Scott Acree Culbreth 

Cairo. GA 



Tameria Darlene Darby 
Gray Court. SC 
Martha Lynne Decker 
Laurinburg. NC 
Debra Lynne Dellinger 
Charlotte. NC 
Deborah Louise Dobbins 
Longwood. FL 
Norman Guy Dover 
Enoree. SC 



Racquetball . . . fastest growing 
sport in America . . . excellent exer- 
cise . . . quick mind . . . concentration 
. . . agility . . . promotes sound minds 
and bodies . . . lose weight . . . keep fit 
. . . inexpensive . . . grab a friend and 
hurry and wait for a court . . . year 
round sport . . . faster than tennis . . . 
easy to learn . . . ball moves up to 90 
miles per hour . . . watch out! . . . ex- 
citing . . . and fun . . . spring intramur- 
als ... competitive . . . tense nerves 
. . . exhausting . . . game to 21 ... win 
by two . . , best out of three . . . excit- 
ing down to the last point. 




Faces/131 



Jock Rock . . . origin unknown . . , several . . . reading love letters . . . wasting time . . . 
theories . . . ancient Indian burial ground . . . whistling at the freshmen girls . . . playing gui- 
outdoor Roman Black Magic amphitheatre . . . tars . , . long talks . . . resting jocks . . . catch- 
proposed site of the new Fine Arts building . . . ing up on the news . . . chewing a wad , . . 
outdoor chapel . . . dance floor for fighting gossiping . . . snoozing. 
Hoseman . . . PC's Stonehenge . . . current uses 




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Katherine Ann Dubose 

Greenville. SC 

Oliver Orlando Ducille 

Detroit. Ml 

Sonya Eaddy 

Johnsonville, SC 

Sylvia Adell Eaddy 

Johnsonville. SC 

James Donald Edwards. Jr. 

Athens, GA 



Neil Lythgoe Elphick 

Rosemont, PA 

James Martin Ervin 

Florence. SC 

George William Everett 

Thomasville. GA 

Alison Faires Falls 

Camden. SC 

Sherry Kathleen Finley 

Lawrenceville. GA 



Dallah Anderson Forrest, Jr. 

Mauldin. SC 

Howell Julius Foster, Jr. 

Eatonton. GA 

Sara Louise Fountain 

Charlotte, NC 

Robert Verley Fulmer 

Clinton. SC 

Carol Elaine Fulton 

Decatur, GA 




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Loida Joy Gettys 
Hattiesburg, MS 
Kathryn Louise Green 
Atlanta, GA 
Pamela Green 
Charleston, SC 
Hunter Lee Griffin 
Lake View. SC 
Anthony Brent Grove 
Lititz, PA 



Mary Stewart Hall 

Griffin, GA 

Berta Annette Hamby 

Greer. SC 

Debbie Lee Hammond 

Spartanburg. SC 

Katherine Denise Hammond 

Easley. SC 

Horace Eugene Harper 

Eatonton. GA 



Andrea Renee Harris 

Cayce, SC 

Alyson Gene Hicken 

Durham, NC 

Ira Kell Hicklin 

Spartanburg, SC 

Cheryl Lynn Hill 

Clinton. SC 

Heyward Adam Hinton 

Columbia, SC 



Robert Donald Hobby, Jr. 

Tifton, GA 

Benjamin McWhorter Hood 

Greensboro, GA 

Betty Ann Hopkins 

Buffalo, SC 

Ray Wickliffe Howland 

Atlanta, GA 

Russell Craig Hucks 

Conway, SC 



Elizabeth Colleen Jones 

Laurens, SC 

Nancy Suzanne Jones 

Clinton. SC 

Tracy Urban Jones 

Taylors. SC 

Christopher D. Keenan 

Columbia. SC 

Robert Harold Korn 

Sardinia. SC 



James Harshaw Lane. Jr. 
Yemassee. SC 
Joseph Alan Lane 
Tallahassee. FL 
Katherine Lee Lanier 
Spartanburg. SC 
Riley Harold Lanier. Jr. 
Spartanburg. SC 
Laura Kathryn Law 
Darlington. SC 



Faces/133 



Marguerite Jean Lingafelter 

New Point Richey. FL 

William Campbell Lucas III 

Malvern, PA 

Amy Sue Lunsford 

Athens, GA 

Susan Clarissa Martin 

Conway, SC 

Gerald Booker Martino, Jr. 

Vance, SC 



Nancy Barxtell Masche 

Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Hank William Mason 

Waterloo, SC 

Debbie Darlene McCallister 

Chester, SC 

Jane Chandler McCaskill 

Quincy, FL 

Caria Jean McCracken 

Hopkins, SC 



Joseph Morrissetle McGowan 

Columbia. TN 

Melissa Jane McMahan 

Greenville, SC 

Karen Evans Meadors 

Clinton, SC 

Leigh Ann Merry 

Augusta, GA 

Clarke Ravenel Mixson 

Tampa, FL 



David Mack Mixson 

Allendale. SC 

Lisa Lee Morgan 

Leesburg, GA 

David Wayne Murphy 

Jonesboro, GA 

John Coffee Neville III 

Hendersonville, NC 

Jennifer Joyce Nye 

Clinton. SC 



William Leverne Oates 

Rock Hill, SC 

Stephen Joseph Odum 

Augusta, GA 

Lawrence Franklin Owens 

Greenville, SC 

Jeri Lee Parris 

Spartanburg, SC 

Thomas Ralph Parrish 

Blackshear, GA 



Robert Preston Peterson 

Duluth, GA 

Starke Ann Pettit 

Anderson, SC 

Barbara Lynn Pickens 

Greenville, SC 

James William Piatt 

Rock Hill, SC 

Nancy Young Plaxico 

Clinton, SC 








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Jonathan Dale Powell 

Butler, NJ 

Samuel Newton Pratt, Jr. 

Rock Hill. SC 

Ricky Dean Price 

Anderson, SC 

Mary Elizabeth Prince 

Charlotte. NC 

Jill Ellen Reed 

Pelzer. SC 



Jarrold Milton Reeves, Jr. 

Avondale Estates. GA 

Robert Stephen Rhodes, Jr. 

Stone Mountain, GA 

Boyd Chandler Rhodes 

Siloam. GA 

Clayto Lamar Roberts III 

Greenwood, SC 

William Eugene Robinson 

Greenville. SC 



Rose Ellen Rooney 

Marietta, GA 

Rhonda Renae Ross 

Atlanta, GA 

Gaila Ann Russell 

Travelers Rest, SC 

Janet Patricia Sanford 

Jacksonville, FL 

Pamela Charlene Satterfield 

Cross Hill. SC 









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Events in the mail- 
room . . . "Gosh, did I 
get a letter today?" . . . 
feed the spiders . . . 
cobwebs in the mailbox 
. . . "Why is my mailbox 
always at the bottom?" 
. . . "I've got to remem- 
ber not to wear a dress 
when I go to get the 
maill" . . . "As usual, 
typical school propo- 
ganda." . . . Airmail! an- 
other letter from Mom 
. . . "Nobody loves me." 
. . . junk mail all over the 
floor . . . "My lock is 
stuck!" . . . "How did 
they get this magazine 
squeezed into my box?" 
. . . "I'm not even going 
to look today." . . . de- 
pression . . . excitement 
. . . "It's about time!" 



Faces/135 



Mark Anderson Schmidt 

Marietta. GA 

Frederick Ray Simmons, Jr. 

Rock Hill. SC 

Clark Ewing Sinclair 

Albany, GA 

Daniel Lee Smith 

Thomasville, GA 

Lisa Johnson Smith 

Clinton, SC 



Robin Alison Smith 

Greenville, SC 

Edward Keith Snead III 

Greenwood, SC 

Elizabeth Lebron Speed 

Marietta. GA 

James Otto Spence 

Lexington, SC 

Mark Curtis Stamey 

Aiken, SC 



Louis Moore Stephens 

Clinton. SC 

Rachel Leigh Stephenson 

Hemingway. SC 

Arsoleen Suber 

Clinton. SC 

Jonathan Jerrod Sullivan 

Honea Path. SC 

Ann Arrowood Taylor 

Greenville, SC 



David Read Taylor 

Greenville. SC 

Jeffrey Earl Taylor 

East Bend, NC 

Arnold Dean Thomas 

Taylors, SC 

Judy Schilling Thomason 

Piedmont. SC 

Noel Dow Toole 

North Augusta. SC 




Backpacking is a way to 
conserve energy ... a grow- 
ing fad on the PC campus . . . 
great exercise . . . you can 
carry all your books . . . many 
professors ride their bikes to 
class . . . "My legs are tired." 
. . . "My back hurts!" . . . try- 
ing to get everything in and 
balanced . . . getting tired of 
people asking you if you've 
been camping . . . having your 
nose freeze in the winter! . . . 
leaving home fifteen minutes 
early ... "I didn't realize it 
was all uphill." . . . "Is con- 
serving energy this impor- 
tant?" 



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David A. Torrey 

Plantation, FL 

Peter Williams Tourtellot 

Greenville, SC 

Calvin Boyd Turner 

Greenville. SC 

William Franklin Wade 

Columbus, GA 

David Ashley Warthen 

West Columbia, SC 



Wayne Dale Way 

Williston, SC 

George Andrew White 

Rock Hill, SC 

John Hopkins White 

Columbia, SC 

William Sidney Wilfong, Jr. 

Athens, GA 

Bill Williams III 

Lancaster SC 



Christopher Allan Williams 
Lawrenceville, GA 
Reginald Wendell Wilson 
Florence, SC 
Michael Keith Womack 
Easley, SC 




Charles Richard Youles 
Valdosta, GA 
Karen Sue Young 
Bradenton, FL 
Susan Frances Zinsli 
Stone Mountain, GA 



Faces/137 



SOPHOMORES 



John Sidney Abney 

Greenwood, SC 

Charlotte Emily Adams 

Greenville. SC 

Eddie Melvin Addison 

Toccoa GA. 

Kimberly Marie Adklns 

Rock Hill. SC 

Russell Craig Amick 

leesville. SC 

Clara Kathenne Andrews 

Gainesville. GA 



Gregory Steven Ayers 

Rock Hill. SC 

Susan Lynn Barco 

Columbia, SC 

Jon Michael Barker 

Jacksonville, Fl 

Sarah Melinda Barker 

Loris. SC 

Kelly Annette Barrett 



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Connie Marie Bennett 

Gainesville, Ga. 

Michael Malone Benton 

Macon, GA 

Stephen Mills Blackburn 

Rayle, GA 

Lisa Bledsoe 

Atlanta. GA 

Jacqulyn Mary BIyzes 

Beaufort. SC 

Robert Clark Bourne 

Sylvania. GA 



Melinda Elise Brice 

Spartanburg. SC 

Kimberly Jean Brown 

Boonville. NC 

Oleta Jill Burton 

Abbeville. SC 

Joyce Kelly Cameron 

Due West. SC 

Mary Kay Cambell 

Anderson. SC 

John Mark Cann 

Chester. SC 



Cindy Jo Carlyle 

Raleigh. NC 

Audrey Lynne Carr 

Sunrise. FL 

Deborah Caroline Carre 

Virginia Beach. VA 

Mary Sadler Carter 

Anderson, SC 

Franklin Fuller Childress 

Laurens. SC 

Evelyn Frances Christman 

Mauldin. SC 

Margaret Kathenne Clark 

Decatur, GA 

Daniel Coleman Cohen 

Darlington. SC 

Susan Elaine Conn 

Stone Mountain. GA 

Rebecca Jane Cook 

Atlanta. GA 

Marvin Joseph Cook 

Atlanta, GA 

Catherine Louise Corbeit 

Aiken. SC 








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Cheryl Jane Corley 

Anderson, SC 

John Charles Cowan 

Tryon. NC 

Fred Howard Cross 

Darlington. SC 

Alison Clare Cummings 

Atlantic Beach, FL 

Christopher Lee D'Andre 

Fairburn. GA 

John Anthony D'Andrea 

Fairburn, GA 



Margaret Grace Dalton 

Mt. Pleasant. SC 

Marjorie Ann Darden 

West Point. GA 

Lee Ann Davis 

Cornelia, GA 

Nancy Lorraine Davis 

Dunwoody, GA 

Wendy Burdette Dempsey 

Frogmore, SC 

Anne Morris Denham 

Jacksonville. FL 



Kevin Scott Denney 

Tucker, GA 

Katherine Anne DeWitt 

Cornelia GA 

Vera Romona Dorch 

Williston, SC 

Diane Corey Dreisbach 

East Point, GA 

Alison Marie Drummond 

Spartanburg, SC 

Troy Emmett Dukes 

Quitman. GA 



Kimberly Jo Duncan 
Greenville. SC 
Tracy Nathaniel Duren 
Thomasville, GA 
Melanie Wray Efird 
West Columbia, SC 
Ronald Lee Elmore 
Bishopville. SC 
William Dewey Erving. Jr. 
Des Flames. IL 
Roy Otho Fagan III 
Laurens. SC 



"What are you doing 
with your head in my win- 
dow?" . . . "Where is my 
screen?" . . . "You've got 
your head in, you might as 
well get the rest of you inl" 
. . . "How long have you 
been there?" . . . "We've 
got to quit meeting like 
this." ... a nice view from 
both sides . . . talking for 
three hours . . . letting all 
the cold air in . . . seeing 
the dorm mother and get- 
ting the heck out of there 
. . . fogging up the window 
. . . new form of birth con- 
trol . . . "You come at the 
most inopportune timesi" 
. . . "You don't have to 
throw acorns at the win- 
dow to get my attention." 
... no pets allowed. 




Faces/139 



Henry Langston Finley. Jr. 

Laurens, SC 

Sandra Jane Florence 

Allanta, GA 

Ann Story Fox 

Atlanta. GA 

Tamara Alice Francis 

Stockbridge. GA 

James Michael Gaffney 

Gaffney, SC 

Patricia Jane Gallagher 

Blowing Rock. NC 

Amy Lynn Gandy 

Marietta. GA 

Lansa Lorene Garrison 

Easley. SC 

Pamela Roberta Glenn 

Clover. SC 

Edward Thomas Godley 

Islandton, SC 

Addison Burt Goolsby 

Washington, GA 

Marian Lee Griner 

Charlotte, NC 



Richard Wayne Gruber 

St. George. SC 

John Grafton Hall 

Columbus. GA 

David Louis Hammer 

Tampa. FL 



I Jenice Hammond 

Easley. SC 

annine Ann Haney 

Fairfax. VA 

Katie Bell Hanna 

Cross Hill. SC 



Robert Howard Hannah 

Fairburn. GA 

Joan Lea Hardin 

Greenville, SC 

David Mitchell Harlan 

Enoree. SC 



nes Maurice Halchell. Jr. 

Columbia. SC 

Mary Elizabeth Herman 

Coopers town. NY 

Tammy Jane Hicks 

Anderson. SC 

Virgil Richard Hillard 

Santee. SC 

Cheryl Renee Hodge 

Sumter, SC 

Helen Sue Hodge 

Gainesville. GA 

Ronald Mark Hollier 

Columbia. SC 

Cynthia Ellen Hollowell 

Stone Mountain. GA 

Lynn Mason Hope 

Rock Hill. SC 

Allen Scott Hosch 

Buford. GA 

William Board Howell 

Waycross. GA 

Susan Earle Jennings 

Columbia. SC 






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There is nothing like brotherly love 
. . . She says, "I wish that were me." 
. . . a special closeness among stu- 
dents . . . friends are forever. 




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Washing clothes . . . what a pain 
. . . "Where is Mom when you need 
her?" . . . "Is this shirt for hot or 
cold water?" . . . all-tempacheer 
. . . Why didn't I buy no-iron 
shirts?" . . . "Sunshine Cleaners will 
make a fortune from now onl" ... A 
good place to study ... "I had to 
wash. I'm out of clean underwear!" 
, . . "Why doesn't heat come out of 
the dryers?" ... "I never have 
dimes when I need them." . . . 
"Well, my shirt wasn't this small 
when I started." . . . "My white 
pants are now redl" . . . forget it 
. . . "Maybe my girlfriend will do it 
for me next timel" . . . "I've got to 
get it all in one washing — I've got 
only one quarterl" 





Kelih Elwin Jude 
South Williamton. KV 
Margaret Thomas Kay 
Rome. GA 
Angela Jean Kennedy 



John Creylon King 
Carmanllo. CA 
James Richard Kirkpalnck 
Milledgevllle. GA 




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Ralph Franklin Kube 

Orlando FL 

Anita Louise Landreth 

Newman. GA 

Lucmda Helen Lawson 

Atlanta. GA 

Mark Anthony Leverette 

Simpsonville, SC 

Chou-Chu Liang 

Kobe. Japan 

Pamela Jean Logan 

Golden Gate. FL 

Louisa Suiter Lufburrow 
Savannah. GA 
Steven Michael Mann 
Columbia, SC 
Terri Lynne Martens 
Beaufort. SC 
George Carlton Martin 
Pickens. SC 
Sumilaka Matsumoto 
Atlanta. GA 
Deborah Lyni 
Mauldin. SC 



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Shawn David McCaslin 

Climon. SC 

Irving Andrew McCathern. Jr. 

Bishopville. SC 

Kelli Marie McCowan 

Simpsonville. SC 

George Franklin McCoy 

Kingsport. TN 

Cathy Lynn McCoy 

kingsport. TN 

James Slerlmg McEachern 

Bremen. GA 



Faces/141 



Rebecca Lynn McFarlin 

Atlanta, GA 

Patrick Michael McGinn 

Molina. GA 

James Burtt McLean 

Maitland. FL 

Gayla Starlene Luease McSwain 

Clover, SC 

Elizabeth Maude Messenger 

Winter Park, FL 

Kenneth Michael Miley 

Rutherfordton, NC 



Timothy Benjamin Milton 

Greenwood, SC 

Jo$eph Arthur Mooneyham 

Spartanburg. SC 

Anthony G. Moore 

Stone Mountain, GA 

Margaret Ann Moore 

Charlotte. NC 

James Albert Moran 

Dublin. GA 

John Wiley Mungo 

Pageland. SC 



David Allen Neisler 

Orlando. FL 

Jo-Nathan Nell 

Charleston. SC 

Charles Adams Nichols 

Macon. GA 

Brian Keith Nicosia 

Rock Hill, SC 

William Anderson Nish 

Milledgeville. GA 

Harold Odom 

Elko. SC 

Julie Elaine Odum 

Tucker, GA 

Leslie Celeste Oliver 

Augusta. GA 

Margaret Jocena Olliff 

Augusta. GA 

Lisa Lynne Ourts 

Greenville. SC 

Michael Horace Owens 

Spartanburg, SC 

Thomas Owen Page 

Rutherfordton. NC 





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Salad or no salad — that 
is the question . . . grab a 
tray . . . what color today? 
. . . any clean silver? . . . 
one meat and two vegeta- 
bles . . . service with a 
smile . . . "Just a little" . . . 
"No, not that much." . . . 
favorite cake . . . dieters' 
delight cottage cheese . . . 
Mr. Powell's surprise out- 
side . . . ice cream . . . 
cheese . . . banana splits 
... or maybe a loud band 
. . . soup of the day — 
week(weak) . . . picnics 
. . . pack lunches . . . eat in 
or out . . . "What kind of 
banquet tonight?" . . . food 
fights . . . chatting with 
Mr. Powell! 




143/Faces 




Deborah Lynn Parnell 

Abbeville. SC 

Randall Arthur Parsons 

Enoree, SC 

Mary Claire Pearson 

Atlanta. GA 



Lisa Gail Pennington 
Moncks Corner. SC 
Nancy Trisvan Pennington 
Atlanta, GA 
Phillip Drew Perkins 



Charles Raymond Porter 
Rofwell. GA 
Kalhryn Shields Potts 

Columbia. SC 
Cecelia Ann Prather 
Clinton, SC 



Lamar Edward Priester 

Daniel Ivey Rabun 
Thomson. GA 
Beth Elaine Redfearn 
Dalton. GA 



William Louis Redmond 
Dunwoody. GA 
Alan Chevis Reed 
Winnsboro. SC 
James Clifford Reeves 
Arlington. GA 
John Ingram Richardson 
Greenwood. SC 
Timothy John Riddle 
Kings Mountain. NC 
Shelton Garland Riner. Jr. 
Milledgeville. GA 

Susan Carr Ritter 

Darlington. SC 

Samuel George Riik 

Laurinburg, NC 

Donald Revere Roberts. J 

Athens. GA 

John Louis Robinson, Jr. 

Ailey. GA 

Tara Ann Roddy 

Greenville, SC 

Byron Keith Rucker 

Greenville. SC 



Richard Ray Sawyer 

Greenville. SC 

James Gary Schaudies 

Media. PA 

Margaret Elizabeth Scott 

West Point. GA 

Paul Joseph Scott 

Atlanta, GA 

Gregory Keith Shamrock 

Euftis. FL 

William James Shearouse 

Helena, GA 



Faces/143 



Sutan Elizabeth Shelion 
West Columbia. SC 



Lesley Ann Simmons 
Bainbridge. GA 



Cassandra Anita Simon 
Clinton, SC 



i Jean Skakun 
Canton. OH 



Jack David Smith. Jr 
Tampa, FL 

James Michael Smith 
Clover. SC 

Jefferson Curtis South 

Buford, GA 

) Scott Spencer 

Salisbury, NC 

Jill Fant Spotts 

Newberry. SC 

n Glenn Sialvey 

Waycross, GA 



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Thomas Weyland Steele 

Lancaster. SC 

John Timothy Stephenson 

Decatur. GA 

Scott Mark>w Stevenson 

Columbus, GA 

John R. Subers 

Miami. FL 

Pamela Sue Suttles 

Lafayette. GA 

Mark Brooks Tankersley 

Travelers Rest. SC 

• Lee Tayloi 



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. SC 



Ricky Lane Taylor 

Simpsonville. SC 

Helen Cunningham Thomas 

Griffin, GA 

Millard Brady Thomas lit 

Newell. NC 

Carolyn Nell Thompson 

Olanta. SC 

John Redden Timmons. Jr 

Columbia. SC 






What would we do without the cheerleadersi . . . that car has 
taken many a homecoming queen around the stadium ... AH for 
P.C. stand up and holler! . . . Yes. P.C. the Pride of Clinton . . . 
school spirit . . . pushups after touchdowns . . . pom poms . . . 
bands ... #1. 



144/Faces 






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Laura Cay Todd 
Greenville. GA 
Linda Jane Tomlin 
Camden. SC 

I Ellen Trippe 



Man 



. GA 



Jonathan Taylor Vandevei 
Charleston. SC 
Alexander Todd Vehnng 
Locust Valley. NY 
John Francis Verreault II 

Mark William Waid 

Atlanta. GA 

Frances Amanda Waldrep 

Enoree. SC 

Suzanne Lee Walkup 

Bradenlon. FL 



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. SC 



Robert Lynn Way 

Lugoff. SC 

Mark Howell Wheless 



Gregory Alton Whttacre 

Atlanta. GA 

Henry Harrison Whitaker. 

Orangeburg. SC 

Andrew Scott While 

Doylestown, PA 

Mary Elizabeth Whillock 

Annandale. VA 

Karen EliSe Wiggins 

Atlanta. GA 

Victoria Wilkins 

Grand Island. FL 



Blondell Williams 
Charleston. SC 
Mary Hathertne Will 
Bristol. TN 
Gina Renee Willis 
Clinton. SC 
Gavin Reno Wilson 
Asheville. NC 
John Hewett Woma. 
Orlando. FL 
Carol Lynn Woods 
Gray Court. SC 



Charles Daniel Yarborough 



Have you ever called a 
girl's dorm and gotten one 
of these replies? "Clin- 

ton Abbey, which sister 
would you like to speak to? 
. . . Heaven, which angel? 
. . . Bailey insane assylum. 
which inmate? . . . this 
weekend? . well. ... I 
... uh ... Belk. first west 
. . . Hibichil" 



Faces/145 



Gail Eileen Abercrombie. Laurens. SC 

Guila Porler Adams. Bath. NV 

Larry Glen Adams. Auburndale. FL 

William Bellinger Adkins. Swansea. SC 

Nancy Anne Allen. Salisbury. MD 

Anihony Aaron Anderson. Troy. NY 

Elizabeth C Anderson. Rock Hill. SC 



Jeffrey Bryan Andrews. Darlinglon. SC 

Charles Richard Asbell. Brunswick. GA 

Kelly Dawn Askin. Augusta. CA 

Fred Wilton Auman III. Darlington. SC 

Deborah Anne Babb. Decatur. GA 

Tammy Jean Bagwell. Clinton. SC 

Steven Edward Baker. Cocoa Beach. FL 



Roberta Ann Bangle. Atlanta. GA 

Palti Ann Bannister. Abbeville. SC 

rgia Kathleen Barksdale. Mailland. FL 

Gary Allen Bass. Rome. GA 

Richard Bond Bales. Bath. NY 

Marianne Blackburn. Sylvania. GA 

Raury Allison Blackmon. Sumter. SC 



Harold Lee Boehm. Jr.. Charleston. WV 

Eric Charles Boelzner. Winter Park. FL 

Jane Beth Bollinger. Covington. GA 

Gregory Eugene Bolton. Gray Court. SC 

Kathryn Ann Bostater. Dunwoody. GA 

Lisa Fran Bowen. Chester. GA 

Karen Elizabeth Bradley. Monticello. GA 



John Samuel Breazeale. Easley. SC 

Tracy Elizabeth Bridges. Gaffney. SC 

Kellie Ann Britton. Columbia. SC 

Bennett Alexander Brown. Atlanta. GA 

Cathy Joanne Brownlee. Laurens. SC 

Robert Hood Brozina, Rock Hill. SC 

Kimberley Bryson. Greenville. SC 



Randall Lee Buck. Atlanta. GA 

Steven Ray Burgess. Fairview. NC 

Karen Elizabeth Burnette. Gainesville. GA 

Steven Freeman Burroughs. Carlton. GA 

Sara Jane Campbell. Atlantic Beach. FL 

Sarah Louise Campbell. Easley. SC 

Martha Harvey Cann. Atlanta. GA 



Duncan Andrew Carmichael. Abbeville. Si 

John Phillip Cauthen. Doraville. G. 

William Edwin Chapman. Jr . Marietta. G. 

Benjamin Franklin Cheek IV. Toccoa. G, 

Dillard Durell Cheek III. Greenville. S' 

Robert Dean Clanton. Darlington. S' 

Julia Ray Clarke. Forsyth. G 




146/Faces 



Booths in the cafete- 
ria ... PC cups for sale 
... PC bumper stickers 
... PC license plates . . . 
poinsettias . . . voting 
for Homecoming . . . 
SGA President . . . dorm 
counselors . . . PaC SaC 
and Blue Stocking Edi- 
tors ... "I promise I'll 
bring my money tomor- 
row." . . . "I've already 
voted twice!" . . . time 
to give blood again. 












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Anne Trezevani Clarke. Clinton, SC 
Margaret Leah Clayton, Laurens, SC 
Judy Kim Cluetl. Whippany. NJ 
Samuel Dean Compton. Clinton. SC 
Carolyn Graves Cone. Spartanburg. SC 
David Biggersiaff Copple. Decatur. GA 
David Jerome Corley. Clinton. SC 



. Hogansville. GA 
Kenneth Haines Creveling. Oakton. VA 
Frances Anne Crook. Sullivans Island. SC 
Debora Jean Crosby. Simpsonville. SC 
Alan Lee Davis. Avondale Estates, GA 
Dorothy Elizabeth Davis, Simpsonville, SC 
Elizabeth Jane Davis, Gaffney SC 



Lea Annette Davis. Greenville. SC 
Paul Dezso Deholczer. Clinton. SC 
Charles Boyd Dennis, Atlanta. GA 
Ross Norman Dickens. Birmingham. AL 
Arbin Keith Dobbs. Toccoa. GA 
Daniel Dowling Dominey. Atlanta. GA 
James Marion Dorn. Charleston. SC 



Lila Anne Dubose. Simpsonville. SC 
David Joseph Duda, Ovtedo. FL 
William Marvin Earl. Plum Branch, SC 
Brian Nels Ericksen. Cincinnati. OH 
Richard Timothy Erving. Des Plaines. I 
Katalin Fanczi. Laurens. SC 
Lydia Claire Farmer. Spartanburg. SC 



Timothy Daniel Ferrell. Atlanta. GA 
Christopher Fowler. Greer. SC 
Laura June Fowler. Athens. GA 
Mark Thomas Frazier. Savannah. GA 
Kenneth Todd Gallman. Galfney. SC 
Mary Elizabeth Galloway. Clinton. SC 
Susan Lee Gambrell. LaGrange. GA 



Faces/147 




Canteen ... "I didn't want 
cheese!" . . . prices up again? 
. . . five cents for ice? . . 
birthday cakes from Lee . . 
how are the soap operas? . . 
the paint is still on sale . . 
every color posterboard but 
white . . . "We're all out of 
ones." . . . trying to cash a 
check . . grill always closing 
at 10:30 ... on the dot ... 
buying one stamp ... a good 
place for an in-between-meal 
snack . . . getting ice five min- 
utes before closing . . . "Why 
can't we have french fries?" 



Sharon Joyce Gant, Spartanburg. SC 

John Lee Gales. Jr.. Great Falls, SC 

Ellen Mildred Gibbons. Dillon. SC 

Manning Delgai Gibson. Washington. IN 

Barbaia Elizabeth Gilchrist. Sharon. SC 

Robert Gordon Glaspey. Alpharetta. GA 

Steven Gerald Gonyea. Chamblee. GA 



Henry Goodman. Jr.. Cairo, GA 
y Edward Goodwin, Laurens, SC 
on Sue Greene, Spartanburg, SC 
Judilh Gail Griffin, Atlanta. GA 
; Groves, Gastonia, NC 
George Rene Hall, Birmingham, AL 
Hugh Wood Hall, Griffin, GA 



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Perry Wayne Hamilton, Columbia, SC 

David Irvin Harris, Washington, GA 

John Christopher Helman, Fayetteville, GA 

Laura Jane Helton, Greer, SC 

Crystal Denise Henderson, Laurens, SC 

Craig White Hensley, Waynesboro, GA 

Septimus Marion Hicklin, Rock Hill, SC 



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r Higgins, Columbia, SC 

Lori Eileen Hoffman. Stone Mountain. GA 

Susan Lee Hollingsworth. Augusta, GA 

Joseph McCrary Hopkins, Fort Valley, GA 

Mary Lyie Hudson, Greenville, SC 

Laura Jean Hughes. Columbia, SC 

David Kenneth Hunt, Rock Hill, SC 



Joy Lee Hunt, Lawrenceville. GA 

Otis Benjamin Ingram, Atlanta, GA 

John Wesley Jacobs III, Gainesville. GA 

Carrol Eustace Jenkins, Sylvania, GA 

Lee Ann Johnson. Decatur. GA 

Amanda Catherine Jones, Atlanta, GA 

Nancy Suzanne Jones, Clinton. SC 




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Robert Joseph Jones. Madison. GA 
Susan Elizabelh Jones. Greenville. SC 
Dorothy Grace Keith. Atlanta. GA 
Richard Lewis Kell. Jr.. Anntsion. AL 
Lisa Mane Keller. Moore. SC 
Connie Elaine Kibler. North Augusta. SC 
Carol Louise King. Atlanta. GA 



Mark Charles King. Thomasville. GA 
Jennifer Elizabeth Kneece. Columbia. SC 
Kemper David Lake. Jr.. Whilmire. SC 
Tracy Ann Lawrence. Duncan. SC 
Ruth Ann Lazenby. Atlanta. GA 
John William Lewis. Jr.. DoraviMe. GA 
Mary Catherine Lindsay. Montreat. NC 



Robert Jeffrey Little. Conley, GA 
Robert Larl Maddox. Jr.. Swansea. SC 
Kelly Renee Mahaftey. Greenville. SC 
Maria Marianos. Greenville. SC 
Ronald Keith Marshall. Cairo. GA 
George Drifford Martin. Hopkins. SC 
Thomas Neely Massey III. Charlotte. NC 



Chandler Eugene Mayes III. Mayesville. SC 
Evelyn Inez Mays. Atlanta. GA 
Stuart Adams McAlisier. Gainesville. GA 
Leigh Pope McArthur. Rock Hill. SC 
Mary Virginia McAulay. Columbia. SC 
Steven Trump McCall. Jacksonville. FL 
Houston Matthew McCIellan. Easley. SC 



Darnell Brian McCormick. Tifton. GA 
Robert Emmelt McCrary III. Augusta, GA 
Janet Kimberley McCrory. Mauldin. SC 
Susan Carol McEtroy. Montgomery. AL 
Wilham Meek McGill. Jr. . Union. SC 
David Monroe Mclnlyre II. Dillon. SC 
William John McKean. Jacksonville. FL 



John Laughim McLean. Birmingham, AL 
Floyd Thomas Merritt. Jr.. Rock Hill. SC 
Charlotte Anne Miles. Greenville. SC 
Constance Lynn Miller. Atlanta. GA 
Melanie Pentreath Miller. Greenville. SC 
Blame Augusta Moore. Anniston. AL 
Pamela Denise Moorehcad. Greenwood. SC 



Blake Lamar Morgan. Atlanta. GA 
Merry Jean Morgan. Sylvama. GA 
Penny Elizabeth Morgan. Savannah. GA 
Deborah Jean Morns. Jacksonville. FL 
Alan Wayde Murphy, Jonesboro. GA 
Stephen Berison Murray. Waynesboro. GA 
Leni Doris Neal. Laurens. SC 



Terry Lynn Nelson. Alpharelta. GA 
Leslie Neile Noblin. Abbeville. SC 
Belion Ragsdale O'Neall II. Greenville. SC 
Linda Carol Owens. Sumter. SC 
Virginia Lee Parramore. Acworth. GA 
Briggs Wilson Patterson. Athens. GA 
James Garrison Paiton. Simpsonville. SC 



Faces/149 



Debra Josephine Perkins. Inman. SC 

Wendy Sue Peiersen. Clearwater. FL 

Leigh Phillips. Union City. NJ 

Virginia Lou Piper. Greenville. SC 

Robert Williams Porter. Jr.. Snellvilic. GA 

Roberta Louise Pounds. Thomson. GA 

Susan Marie Powell. Spartanburg. SC 



Susan Price. Dillon. SC 

Marcus Brown Prince IV. Charlotte. NC 

Ernest Robertson Prow III. Fairfield. OH 

Steven Allen Pynne. Mauldm. SC 

Charles Everesie Rahilly. Muskogee. OK 

Andrea Lynn Ramey. Stone Mountain. GA 

Cecelia Ann Ramsey. Atlanta. GA 



John Wilson Ransom. Athens. GA 

Robert Austin Raunikar. Griffin. GA 

Frank Hunter Reid. Madison. GA 

James Derrill Rice. Columbus, GA 

Amy Glenva Richardson. Lancaster SC 

Robert Lee Russell. Jr.. Thomasville. GA 

Todd A. Russell. Lawrenceville. GA 



John Marion Sadler. Columbia. SC 

Thomas Thorpe Sanders. Winder. GA 

Elizabeth A. Schwind. Lanlana. FL 



Mary Katherine Shaw. Tavares. FL 
a Elizabeth Sheen. St. Petersburg. FL 
Melanie Kay Short. Greensboro. GA 



Lewis Scott Simister, Greenville. SC 

Donald Gregg Singer. Toccoa. GA 

Robert Wesley Slate, Jr.. Toccoa, GA 



zs Howard Sloan, Dillon. SC 
n Sloan. Winston Salem. NC 
I Lynn Smith, Anderson. SC 




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Harold Gene Scott. Jr., Doraville. GA 
Deana Carole Shamel. Anderson. SC 
Freddie William Shaver. Brooklet. GA , V. 




"Uh oh, I'm late for class!" . . . class in five 
minutes! . . . rushing around like a chicken 
with its head cut off . . . throw some water 
on your face . . . drink some scope . . . don't 
worry, the professor will be even later! . . . 
walking in late and having the door blocked 
by a chair ... "I knew I should have stayed 
in bed!" 




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150/Faces 




"Hello, PaC SaC office 
. . . yes, we know It's 3 am 
. . . we need someone to 
tell us who the third person 
from the center Is In this 
picture ... of course we 
should be studying . . . 
somebody order a pizza be- 
fore we starve . . . ask Nor- 
man to print another pic- 
ture, that one is terrible . . . 
I know he's psychotic . . . 
so are we all." 




Linda Adeline Smith, Simpsonville. SC 
Phyllis Page Smith. Easley. SC 



Mary Lucile Spalding. Atlanta. GA 
Laura Ellen Spooner. Iron City. GA 
Kelly Elame Stafford. Greenville. SC 
John Thomas Steele. Anderson. SC 
Rebecca Joyce Stiles. Buford. GA 
Jennifer Lynn Stoy. Atlanta. GA 
Julia Lois Sullivan. Greer. SC 



James Keith Sumrell. Hamilton. GA 
Steven Eugene Teat. Central. SC 
Cheryl Lynne Thomas. Taylors, SC 
Joyc Elisa Thomas. Dalton, GA 
Mark Connolly Thomas. Toccoa. GA 
Anne Kennedy Thompson. Spartanburg. SC 
Nancy Ann Tinga. Athens. GA 



Petra Anne Tubbs. Marietta. GA 
Lisa Christine Tucker. Simpsonville. SC 
Lisa Hope Vicrra. Fairfax. VA 
Tammy Melissa Walker. Laurens. SC 
Nancy Anne Wall. Ridgeland. SC 
David Michael Waldkirch. Camden. SC 
Thomas Baker Warren III. Allendale. SC 



Malon Murray Wickham. Columbus, GA 

John Herring Wilbur. Jr.. Pome Vcdra Beach, FL 

Scott A. Wilhide. Columbia. SC 

Linda Sue Williams. Pittsburgh. PA 

Shannon Alane Wilson, Orlando. FL 

Timothy Collins Wilson, Columbus. GA 

David Patrick Wise. Columbia. SC 



Susan Gayle Wolfe. Jacksonville. FL 
Suzanne Womack. Easley. SC 
Elaine Angcline Wood. Greenville. SC 
Deborah Elizabeth Wright. Greenville, SC 
Michael Richard Wullschlcger, Clover. SC 
Katherine Ann Yonce, Johnston, SC 
Nicholas John Zervos. Jr., Charleston. SC 



Faces/151 




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Student Assemby members Marty Phillips. Kathy Green, Laurette Jack- 
son, and Joe IVlcGowan listen attentively to new proposals. -""^ Grant, Ciayto Burke, and Joe Sullivan are laid back at a Paino|a nieeiing 



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PaC SaC staff members cool their toes after a hard day at a yearbook workshop. 





Above: Mandy Peele, Rachel Stephenson, and 

Mike Knight watch the fun at a CIA skit 

night. 

Left: The Spartanburg Chamber Orchestra 

joins the PC choir to complete an outstanding 

fall concert. 

Opposite page: Harry confronts Jean as PC 

Players rehearse Brigadoon. 



AMERICAN 

CHEMICAL 

SOCIETY 



PC affiliate of the American Chemical Society 
. . . guest lectures . . . films on chemistry and 
biology . . . field trips to businesses, agencies and 
industries . . . promotes professional character in 
students . . . candy sales . . . "Is that the right 
amount of money?" . . . faculty advisor — Dr. 
Gouge. 



Right: 1st Row: Teresa Lawrence, Sec.i Clinton Burgess, V. 
Pres. 2nd Row: Clay Haskins, Treas.; Eddie Hulse. Pres.. Dr. 
Ed Gouge. Faculty Advisor. Below: 1st Row: Evelyn 
Christman. Lou Stephens, John Helman, Laura Law. 2nd 
Row: Lucky Saravanmuttu, Marion Hicklin, Jerry Robinson, 
Susan Conn. Susan Martin. 3rd Row: Reggie Wilson. William 
Murphy. Russell Hucks, Brad Thomas. Andy Jordan. 






AMERICAN INSTITUTE 
OF BIOLOGICAL 
SCIENCES 



AlBS . . . Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Institute of 
Biological Sciences . . . open to any interested students fall 

paper drive . . . spring aluminum can drive . . . raising money to 
complete the original landscape plans around the campus 
Christmas drop-in at Miss Holt's . . . seminars including Savannah 
River Ecological Laboratories and Poisonous Marine Animals 
spring plant sale . . . learning and sharing knowledge with others. 

Left: Berta Hamby organizes Dr. James' old handouts for the AlBS paper Drive. 
Below left: 1st Row: Susan Buffington, Kathie Mines, Kathy Clark, Rebecca Stiles. 
Susan Zinsli, Pam Suttles, Susan Conn. 2nd Row: Ricky Boyles, Elizabeth Boggs, John 
Cowan, Robbie Roberts, Andy Nish. Gina Sheen, Marion Hicklin. Bottom; 1st Row: 
David Frederick. Johnny Bowen, Clinton Burgess, Ward Gatlin, Joe Sterling. Brad 
Thomas. Todd Vehring. Phil Perkins. Reno Wilson, Keith Jude, Roy Fagan, Ricky 
Nelson. 2nd Row: Debra Mauk. Susan Jennings. Teresa Lawrence. Kathy Hammond, 
Cheryl Corley. Robbie Robinson, Candy McCaskill, Mimi Trippe. Elizabeth Prince, 
Tara Roddy, Sandra Brown, Martha Decker. 3rd Row: Wiliam Christopher, Suzanne 
Walkup, Anita Landreth, Sonny Lucas. Mark Schmidt. Kelly Mahaffey. Beth 
Messenger. Katie DeWitt. Mary Kathy Williams, Tracy Lawrence. Berta Hamby. 
Amy Gandy. 



Below right: Mark Schmidt. V. Pres.i Susan 
Buffington, SeCi Kathie Mines, Pres.i Ricky Nelson, 
Treas. 




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ALSTON 

WILKES 

SOCIETY 

Alston Wilkes . . . provides prison 
visitation . . . family service . . . coun- 
seling ... job and housing placement 
. . . one to one friendships . . . trips to 
Kirkland . . . Manning . . . the Wom- 
en's Prison . . . Laurens Correctional 
Institute . . . Harry Brondheim — 
"temple conditioning" . . . advisor — 
Dr. Ramsey. 

Row I — Scott Stevenson, Louida Gettys. 
Jenny Jonesi Row 2 — Dr. Hunter, Freddie 
Simmons, Rusty Copeland, Tommy Wade, Dr. 
Ramsey. 

PC 

BUSINESS 
CLUB 



Business/Economic Club . . . open to 
anyone who has taken a business 
course . . . participates in senior day 
. . . tours different companies, includ- 
ing Clinton Mills . . . spring picnic giv- 
en by Business professors. 



Row I — Tammy Darby, Sec.-Treas.> Tom 
Bozemani Blondell Williamsi Diane Croxton; 
Tracey Shealyi Tracy Jonesi Susan Adams. 
Row 2 — Jane McMahani Lisa Bledsoei Mimi 
McRaei Caria McCrackeni Sally Haddon^ Dan 
Smith. Row 3 — Elizabeth Johnson, Pres.j 
Virginia Johnsoni Jim McCouni Jim Kelloggi 
Tim Natesi Row 4 — Michael Clayton. Elliott 
Waddelli Jim Harrisoni Frank Erlel-, Bo 
Johnsoni James Lane. 



Row I — Cathy McCoyi Meg Dalton; Beth 
Speedi Kathy Green. Carolyn Goodyear) Ann 
Taylor. Row 2 — Jeff Taylor. Charles Youlesi 
Dana Wigginsi James Johnson. Lisa 
Pennington. Alison Drummond. Row 3 — Dr. 
Arnold. Willie Cooper. Bryant Walton. Don 
Jeter. Allen Gaston, Mike Stringfellow. Dr. 
Chapman. Marvin Newman. V. Pres.. Jimmy 
Herlong. Jerry Coleman. 




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Army ROTC . . . developing 
leadership abilities . . . Thursday 
labs ... FTX ... M-16's . . . 
shining boots . . . orienteering . . . 
rapelling . . . summer camp . . . 
dismounted drill . . . PCPT . . . 
Milo Ball . . . color guard . . . Mad 
Dog ranger . . . TTIS . . map 

reading . . . merits . . . hand to 
hand combat . . . tactics . . . 
opportunities . . . Wysor Rangers 

. cadre . . . poison ivy . . . 
white water rafting ... a night in 
Sumpter Forest. 



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Top Left: Beauty, brains, and brawn: Becky McFarlin. Hank Finley, Roy 
Walker, and Gayla McSwain discuss motivation problems. Above left: 
"What do you mean, 'there's no way back"'l Top right: Oh, the foot 
bone's connected to . Annette Boyd demonstrates first aid skills. 
Above: The gathering of the clan. Left: Self-defense training, or 
dynamite comes in small packagesi 



Groups/157 



CHRISTIANS 
IN ACTION 



Christians in Action . . . CIA . . founded 
four years ago . . . fun and fellowship on 
Thursdays . . . singing and sharing 
growth night on Mondays . . . praying, 
learning, and growing together . . . prayer 
breakfasts on Saturdays . . commitment . . 
outreach, love, and understanding . . 
willingness to help . . . camping for a 
weekend at the farm . . . praise . . . 
communion . . . New Life! . . . sponsoring a 
road race to raise money for BSU . . . 
meeting in the basement of the Douglas 
House . . . special music . . . special speakers 
. . . taking a stand . . . creating a unity. 





1st Row: T. Frances. Rec. sec.i M. Decker, Mem. at Ig. 2nd 
Row: M. Hall. Corr. sec. A. Leidheiser. Lib., M. Peele. BASIC 
chmn; G. Todd. News letter co-chmn. 3rd Row: J. Mungo. 
News letter co-chmn.i D. Haney, Mus. chmn.i P. Logan. Soc. 
chmn. 4th Row; D. Norton. Environ, chmn.i A. Allen. V. Pres. 
5th Row: D. Taylor. Mem. at Ig.; R. Copeland. Pres. 



Top: Dan McCormick and Kathy Clark find CIA a place of sharing, learning, and 
growing. Above: Tom Are. with his musical talent. Is a great asset to CIA. 



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Left: Suzie Jones and Deannine Haney lead CIA in group singing. 





Above: 1st Row: J. Ervin. B. Hopkins, T. 
Francis. B. Pickens, R. Copeland, G. White, D. 
Haney. 2nd Row: D. Mauk, A. Davis, P. Suttles, 
M. Hall, J. Thomas, H. Thomas, J. McCrory. S. 
Price. 3rd Row: K. Askin. J. Brownlee, P. 
Morgan, L. Barton, M. Efird, A. Rauniker, P. 
Tourtellot. 4th Row: C. Fulton. J. Sterling, J. 
Piatt, R. Wilson. S. Wilson. C. Hanson, J. 
McArthur. 5th Row: R. Register. A. Nish. F. 
Bruyer. S. Stevenson. D. Taylor. D. 
McCormrck. T, Are. Left: 1st Row: A. Allen, C. 
Corbett, K. Clark, M. Knight, K. Bostater, M. 
Decker, R. Stephenson. 3nd Row: L. Bryant. T. 
Olds, C. Burgess. I. Nelson. N. Allen, J. 
Woodson. L. Oliver, A. Leidheiser, C. Powell, 
K. Young. 3rd Row: S. Baker, C. Simon, D. 
Yarborough. S. Conn. C. Hollowell, L. Owens, 
D. Horton. M. Peele. C. Stephens. 4th Row: H. 
Boehm. M. Elphick, S. Jones, Dr. Yarborough 
(Doc), J. Mungo, C. Crane, B. Porter, and J. 
Neville. 



Groups/159 



NEW 
LIFE! 



New Life! . . . close to thirty 
members . . . singing for CIA 
and campus programs . . . 
practice at 9:00 every Sunday 
night . . . spring plans — a 
week tour after school . . . 
guitar . . . piano . tamborine 
. . . sharing through music . . . 
directed by Doc . three 
years old and still growing! 

First Row: Leslie Cutler, Tammy Francis, 
Bill Douglas, Deannlne Haney. Mike 
Knight, Jeannie Ermis. Adair Allen. 
Second Row; Penny Morgan. Karen 
Bradley, Joanne Brownlee, Nancy Allen, 
Mary Shaw, Cathy Corbett, Jan 
McCrory. Third Row: Susan Conn, 
Cindy Hollowell, Susan Zinsli. Diane 
Yarborough. Meg Clayton. Fourth Row: 
Austin Raunikar, Suzie Jones, Kathy 
Clark, Kelly Askin, Pam Logan. Fifth 
Row: Alan Reed, Steve Baker, Doug 
Horton, Dan McCormick, "Doc" 
Yarborough. 

FELLOWSHIP 

OF 

CHRISTIAN 

ATHLETES 

FCA . . . Fellowship of Chris- 
tian Athletes meet once a 
week in the library . . . praying 
and sharing . . . "where are the 
paper cups?" . . . retreat — 
Camp Eva Goode . . Dog Patch 
Olympics . . . Thornwell . . Bible 
Studies . . . volleyball . . . Jimmy 
Chupp's 24-hour smile . . . work- 
ing with FCA in local high schools 
. . . meeting new people . . . 
opening up. 

Sitting; Kathy Green, Judy Cluett, Amy 
Richardson, Deborah Campbell, Kathy 
Hammond. Jarrold Reeves. Standing; Al- 
len Gaston. Deborah Mauk. Vicki Wilkins. 
Mitchell Poe. Chip Cross. Coach John 
Perry. Rusty Copeland. 





160/Groups 




WESTMINSTER 
FELLOWSHIP 

Westminster Fellowship . . . 
discussion oriented programs . . . 
two statewide retreats per year . . . 
picnics on Lake Greenwood . . . 
meets once a week — Sunday nights 
. . . Douglas House Living Room . . . 
Sam Cooper and Tom Stallworth . . . 
Johnny Robertson — Statewide Pres. 
. . . topics of discussion — cults, 
homosexuality . . . fun . . . fellowship 

. refreshments — lemonade and 
cookies . . . singing. 

TOP LEFT: 

"Make it good, everybody's listening." 



Above: 1st Row: L. Merry. V. Henderson. Nolan. B. Speed. E. Prince, :2nd Row: L. Davis. D. Tyler. B. 
Greene. J. Parris. A. Taylor, B. Pickens. 3rd Row: Rev. Sam Cooper. J. Brearley. J. Robertson. J. 
McGowan. N. Elphick. Tom Stallworth. Right: Elizabeth Prince. V. Pres.i Johnny Robertson. Pres.-. 
Leigh Merry. Sec,; Beth Speed. Treas. 




Groups/161 



CIRCLE K 

Circle K . . . service oriented ... a di- 
verse group . . . two years old . . . works 
closely with Kiwanis . . . Halloween — 
haunted house a success . . . money to 
Multiple Sclerosis . . . visits to the Pres- 
byterian Home . . . meeting every other 
Thursday in the small dining room . . . 
help from Mr. Powell . . . speaker from 
Leukemia Association . . . skiing trip at 
end of January . . . Big Rob . . . sold pro- 
grams at football games . . . "Get your 
Blue Hose Program — programs for a dol- 
lar!" . . . helping with Kiwanis Banquet 
. . . "They need coffee and tea over 
there!" 

Right; Joy Smith. V. Pres.i Margie Darden. Treas.i 
Susan Jennings, Seci Doc Yarborough, Advisor-. 
Rob Hobby. Pres. 




Above: 1st Row: L. Ouzts, S. Fountain. S. Jennings, K. Mines. A. Richardson, J. McGowan. M. 
Darden. A. Drummond. 2nd Row: Doc Yarborough. R. Hobby. J. Sterling. J. Bollinger, B. 
Thomas, P. Satterfield, D. Taylor, P. Perkins. 3rd Row: J. Brearly, K. DeWitt, C. Burgess. S. 
Ritter. S. Wilson. T. Dukes. M. Jennings. K. Meadors. K. Green. K. Bostater. S. Barker, I. 
Lufburrow, C. Andrews. E. Odum, J. Smith. Right: It's time for class, dear. 



162/Groups 




CE.C 



CEC . . . Council for Exceptional Children 
"cherish each child" . . . Halloween and Christmas 
parties at Whitten Village (with Theta Chis and 
Sigma Nus!) . . . special Olympics . . . "Meet on 
the library steps" . . . volunteers for making 
cookies! . . . "Remind Dr. Hill about the meeting!" 
. . . "Sara, will you teach 'Father Abraham'?" . . . 
ten gallons of Kool-Aid (over-estimated) . . . 
"Who's in charge of this mess?" . . . "Sixteen 
dollars! For what?" . . . 1980 — the year of the 
child. 

left: Santa Claus (John Womack) makes Christmas happier for 
residents at Whitten Village. Below. 1st Row; D. Dellinger. 
T. Martin, M.S. Hall. C. Powell, B. Goforth. 2nd Row: J. 
Harrison. W. Dempsey, E. Boggs. M. lerman, B. A. Hopkins, N. 
Richardson. 3rd Row; C. Stephens, J. Oli'f, C. Farmer, J. 
Trollinger, K. Ethridge, S. Fountain. Dr. Hill. 




Groups/163 



svs 



SVS . . . Student Volunteer Services 
. . . faith put into action . . . teaching a 
child to spell one small word . . . bring- 
ing a grin to a wrinkled face . . . hand- 
ing "first place" to a crippled boy . . . 
seeing the often ugly realities of life 
. . . cultivating patience and compas- 
sion . . . fulfilling a commitment to an- 
other human being . . . stimulation for 
culturally deprived children . . . 
friendships with the old and exper- 
ienced . . . understanding and accept- 
ing the handicapped . . . being a part 
of the solution . . . "while we live — 
we serve." 

Top: Johnny Robertson gives his C.O.P. kids a 

spin. Middle: SVS Project Coordinators 1979- 

1980: Left to right: Greg Breter. Margie 

Darden, Johnny Robertson, Mary Stewart Hall, 

Kathy Clark, Susan Jennings, Tammy Francis, 

Charlie Crane, Roban Banker. David Taylor, 

James Ervin, Mamie Jennings, Scott 

Stevenson, Craig Hanson. Bottom; DIVE! Don't 

jumpi 



164/Groups 









Sitting: Susan Dillinger. Joe Sterling, Lisa 
Davis, James Ervin, Julia Sullivan, Craig 
Hanson, Carta McCracken, Scott Stevenson, 
Jane McMahan, Beth Speed, Tracy Jones, 
Sandy Maceyko, Ann Ramsey, Ann Taylor, 
Susan Jennings, Tammy Francis, Margie 
Darden, John Brearley. Standing: Don Jeter, 
Jocena Olliff. Jill Spotts, Anita Landreth, Leslie 
Oliver. Davie Frederick, David Taylor, Sarah 
Barker. Greg Breter, Rachel Stephenson. 
Johnny Robertson, Karen Young, Roban Banker. 
Amy Gandy. Mamie Jennings, Deannine 
Haney, Charlie Crane, Deborah Parnell, Susan 
Martin, Shannon Wilson. Jennifer Kneece. 
Carol King, Ellen Gibbons, Judy Cluett, Chris 
Keenan, Johnny Timmons. Above: John 
Verreault, Virginia Flenderson. Joy Smith. Jane 
Bell, Leslie Cutler, Mary Stewart Hall, Kathy 
Clark. Phil Perkins. Leigh Merry. Tracy 
Lawrence, Kevin Calhoun, Kathie Hines, Kathy 
Green. Left: "You can't swing as high as I can. 
Sally Campbell!" 



Groups/165 




Top left: Tammy Francis and Hal Boehm ask, "HOW 
big was it?" Top right: Who said Debra Parnell can't 
swing? Above; Leslie Oliver. Sarah Barker, and Su- 
san Dillinger participate in a very important part of 
CO. P. — helping the kids with their schoolwork. 



166/Groups 





PUBLICATIONS 
BOARD 



Publications Board . . . made up of the 
editors of the three student publications 
along with three students selected by the 
Student Assembly . . . chaired during the 
1979-80 year by Nancy Williams . . . 
responsible for holding the elections for 
the editors' position of the PaC SaC. the 
Blue Stocking, and Figs and Thistles . . . 
responsible for screening the candidates 
. . . making sure that they have the 
necessary qualifications . . . "how many 
picas to an inch?" 



John Brearly. Frank Ertel. Karen Ruszler, Nancy 
Williams — Chmn., Tracey Shealy. April Childress, 
Beth Speed. 



FIGS AND 
THISTLES 



Figs and Thistles . . . Presbyterian 
College's literary magazine . . . works 
submitted by students . . . judging . . . 
preparing for publication . . . giving 
students an opportunity to express their 
creativity . . . poetry . . . essays . . . short 
stories . . . photography ... art work . . . 
title taken from a poem by Edna St. 
Vincent Millay . . . selecting the "figs" 
from among the "thistles" to create the 
magazine. 



Betsy Barron. Mamie Jennings, Norman Dover. April 
Childress — Editor. Todd Bond. 



Groups/167 



PAC 
SAC 



PaC SaC . . . Myrtle Beach work- 



shop . . . 
calls to 
nighters 
small" . . 
big" 
ture?" . . 



infinite 



hot tempers . . . 
Stevens Studios . . . all- 
. . "This copy block is too 
. "This copy block is too 
"Who cropped this pic- 
. "We have to print how 
many more pictures?" . . . getting 
class pictures two days before the 
deadline . . . "12:55 — time for a 
pizza" . . . "I've lost my layout" . . . 
getting anybody to identify pictures 
. . . "Do you know anything about 
the golf team?" . . . taking, develop- 
ing and printing pictures of the fac- 
ulty in three days . . . typing with 
one finger . . . "Where are the 3-C 
sheets?" . . . "The brown notebook 
is missing" . . . "Where is my 
staff?" ... "I have a test tomor- 
row" . . . "Fred's coming!" . . . THE 
"Law" wall . . . "Would you buy 
Manhattan Island from this man?" 
. . . "You're a vegetable" . . . "What 
is sleep?" . . . spreading out into the 
BS office . . . "We have typewriters; 
we just need somebody to type!" 
. . . "What size are my headlines 
supposed to be?" ... "I hate cap- 
tions" . . . "You can't have that pic- 
ture, it's mine" . . . "We need more 
candids . . . ads . . . gophers . . . 
"Oooo, I scairt o' you!" 




Above; Karen Ruszler, Editor. Right: Section Editors: Alan Reed. Groups Editor: Connie Miller, Teams Co- 
Editor-, Alison Cummings, Moments Editor, Dave Taylor, Business Manager, Danny Cohen. Faces Editorj 
Barbara Pickens. Teams Co-Editori Johnny Robertson, index Editor and Photographer. 



168/Groups 




Above left; Photographers^ Jimmy 
McEachern, Corky Strickland, 
George White. Kelly Mahaffey. 
Above right; Norman Dover. 
Photography Editor^ Susan 
Buffington. Assistant Editor and 
Photographer; Dee Hammond. Copy 
Editor. Left; Staff; 1st Row; David 
Harlan. Dianne Tyler. Susan Ritter. 
2nd Row; Katie DeWitt. Cathy 
Corbett, Margaret Kay, Leslie Cutler. 



Groups/169 



THE 
BLUE STOCKING 



Blue Stocking . . . PC's student newspa- 
per . . . Sunday night meetings . . . 
Wednesday night deadlines . . . Thurs- 
day afternoon creativity . . . Friday noon 
distribution . . . surprise editor for fall 
. . . new co-editors for January . . . "If 
this doesn't fit, try this one." . . . "What 
can we put in this space?" . . . "We've 
got to finish before my 3 o'clock class." 



Above right: Todd Bond, Editor. Right: Dee 
Hammond. Cartoonist; Susan Buffington, Photo 
Editor. Below right: Karen Wessinger; Dianne 
Tyler. Features Editor: Laurie Pruett.More Than 
Typist: Johnny Robertson, Business Manager. 
Bottom Right: Mark McCallum. Sports Editor) Trez 
Clarke: Lisa Davis, News Editor. 



John Brearley and April Childress. 1980 co-editors 
of The Blue Stocking who put out their first issue 
second semester. 




170/Groups 




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ALPHA PSI 
OMEGA 

Alpha Psi Omega . . . National 
Honor Dramatic Fraternity . . . posi- 
tive outlooks . . . willingness to 
work hard . . achieving high goals 
in theatre work during college ca- 
reer . . . great year! . . . over a doz- 
en new members . . . working to- 
ward the betterment of the theatre 
. . . three initiations . . . points, 
points, points! . . a spring banquet 
. . . spare time? . . . fun and work at 
the same time . . . getting to know 
new people . . . learning to work to- 
gether . . temper, temper! . . . 
"Don't worry, it'll all get done — 
somehow!" 

1st Row: Johnny Robertson; Dr. D.O. Rains, 
Faculty Director! Norman Dover, Prompter. 
2nd Rowi Ricky Taylor; Dee Hammond. Cast 
Director; Carole Connor; Pam Satterfield. 3rd 
Row: Karen Ruszler, Stage Manager; Dede 
Dreisbach; Katie DeWitt. 4th Row: Randy Par- 
sons; Harold Odom, Business Manager; Phil 
Perkins; Larisa Garrison. 

PC 
SINGERS 



PC Singers . . . people 
who love to sing! . . . began 
in the spring of 1979 . . . 
Tuesday and Thursday 
practices ... 20 members 
. . . singing at Parents' Day 
Tuesday Chapels . . . 
Christmas carols . . . Di- 
rected by Dr. C.T. Gaines 
. . . mixture of music . . . 
learning and sharing . . . 
come on and sing! 



1st Row: Pamela Suttles, Marty 
Cann. 3nd Row: Jeannie Ermis, 
Linda Owens, Shannon Wilson. 
Tammy Walker. 3rd Row: Karen 
Bradley. Kim Bryson, Tricia 
Sanford. Amy Richardson. Laura 
Helton. 4th Row: Joe Sullivan. 
Virgil Hillard. Tim Ferrell. Robert 
Brozina, Nazel Spears, Doug 
Horton. Jesse Cason. 



Groups/171 



PC CHOIR 

PC Choir . . . going to Hilton Head . . . "Drop 
your jaw" . . . Hip, Hip, Ho, Ho, Ho . . . Spra, Spray, 
Spree, Spro, Sproo . . . morning glory . . . football 
on the beach . . . running relays . . . "This bus is 
too small" . . . "Only one suitcase for two peo- 
ple?" . . . Joey bags . . , NO jeans . . . "What are 
we singing next?" . . . "Get up there, sopranos — 
this is your time to shinel" . . . "Sit on that note" 
. . . Fall Concert — A Baroque Evening . . . singing 
for the Centennial Weekend . . . Haydn's Creation 
and a specially commissioned work by Pfautsch 
. . . "Welcome back. Alums" . . . consonants! . . . 
"If anybody needs a score. I have onel" . . . "Try 
not to knock your music off the stand this time. 
Dr. Gaines" . . . FIVE hours of rehearsal?!? . . . 
touring Washington, D. C. and New York! . . . 
"This is a very special group of people!" 




Above right: Do y'all not know the 

music yet? Middle right: Another 

concert on fall tour Below: Get up 

there, tenorsll Below right: Make sure 

Danny gets every note right. 







Above: 1st Row: Susan Buffington, Betsy Greene. Ellen Spooner. Larisa 
Garrison, Petra Tubbs, Leigh Merry, Cissie Setts. Betsy Barron, Janet 
Bearden, Susan Ritter, Marty Brooks, Janie Bollinger, Kathy Clark, 
Louise Davis, Karen Potts, Eileen Abercrombie, Kathy Hines, Meg 
Moore, Tammy Darby, Ellen Ferguson, Lynn Woods, Virginia 
Henderson, Ann Taylor. Susan Lindsay. Beth Speed. Dee Hammond. 
Tammy Francis. 3nd Row: Mimi Trippe, Deborah Dobbins. John 
Brezeale. Ricky Taylor, Jimmy McEachern, Wesley Edge, David 
Harlan, Alan Reed, Corky Strickland, David Copple, Jerry Goodwin, 
George Fesperman. Andy Rhodes, Randy Parsons, John Verreault, Rob 
Hobby, Joseph Hopkins. Danny Cohen. Mitch Poe. Edd Williams. 
Norman Dover. Karen Wessinger. Suzie Jones. Left: Susan Buffington. 
Historian, Janet Bearden, Wardrobe Chmn., Ann Taylor, Sec.: Ellen 
Ferguson, Accompanist, Norman Dover, V. Pres., Corky Strickland, 
Pres.i Mitch Poe, Wardrobe Chmn., Rob Hobby. Librarian. 



Groups/173 



STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 

STUDENT ASSEMBLY 



Student Assembly . . . the policy 
making branch of the SGA . . . includes 
Student Council members as well as 
representatives elected from the dor- 
mitories and day students . . started 
SGA Used Book Store . . orientation 
for freshmen and transfer students 
. . . faculty evaluations . . . represen- 
tation at the State Student Legislature 
. . . raise money for SGA scholarship 
. . . polls to determine student interest 
in a campus pub. 



Right: John Breazeale finds a bargain at the 
SGA bookstore. 



Below: 1st Row: Joye Thomas. Gayla McSwain. 2nd Row 
Kathy Lanier, Joe McGowan. Chip Goodman, John 
Womack, Beth Messenger. 3rd Row: Tommy Sanders, 
Tracy Duren, Bentley Anderson, Andy Nish, Jarrold 
Reeves. 





Above: 1st Row: John Verreault. Kathy Greene. Ann Taylor. Lynn Hope. 
2nd Row: Jane McMahan, Louis Redmond. Laurette Jackson, Caria 
McCracken. Dianne Tyler. Johnny Boan. 3rd Row: Jennifer Kneece. Jim 
Harrison. Mike Smith, Jim Broome. Johnny Robertson. 



174/Groups 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

Student Council . . . the co- 
ordinating branch of the SGA . . . 
five executive officers . . . two 
members from each class ... a 
more immediate body for dis- 
cussing issues of interest ... re- 
solving student problems ... im- 
plementing Student Assembly 
policy . . . South Carolina Student 
Legislature plans. 



Left: 1st Row: Bentley Anderson. V. 
Pres.i Virginia Johnson, Pres., Caria 
McCracken, Sec. 2nd Row: John 
Womack, Soph. Rep.i Lynn Hope. Soph. 
Rep.i Corky Strickland. Judicial Council 
Chmn.i Joy Hunt. Fr. Rep.i Tracy Duren, 
Treas.i Chip Goodman. Fr. Rep.i Ann 
Taylor. Jr. Rep. 




Groups/175 



FOB — 
TOB 



Freshman Orientation Board . 
FOB . . . composed of the student 
council and various other members of 
the student body welcomed fresh- 
men to the PC campus held the 
traditional field day . . assisted in in- 
troducing the freshmen to student life 
at Presbyterian College. 

Transfer Orientation Board TOB 
. . . added to the orientation program 
last year . . . consists of student coun- 
cil members and former transfer stu- 
dents . . . introduce transfers to life at 
Presbyterian College. 

V. Johnson. D. Eaddy. D. Hammond. S. Eaddy. 





1st Row: B. Greene, A. Taylor. B. Speed. L. Davis. B Brice, C. Pearson. L. Hope. K. Barrett. 2nd Row: C. Burgess. F. Simmons. K. Wessinger. T. Bond. J. 
Gaffney. L. Woods. C. McCracken. A. Falls. V. Johnson. 3rd Row. L. Redmond. M. Carter. N. Williams. J. Boan. T. Duren. L. Davis. J. Broome. M.S. Hall. 
D. Hammond. C. Strickland. J. Womack. J. Trollinger. R. Copeland. J. Sterling. J. Turner. M. Siringfellow. D. Taylor, C. Fulton. D. Croxton. D. Frederick. 
H. Griffin. 



1 76/ Groups 




JUDICIAL 
COUNCIL 



Judicial Council . . . judicial branch of the Student Gov- 
ernment Association . . . made up of thirteen students 
chosen by the chairman . . . established for students to 
administer their own discipline . . . helps acquaint new 
students with the honor system ... is responsible for 
interpreting the SGA constitution if a dispute arises. 

Left; Corky Strickland. Chairman. 

Below: Ann Taylor. Bill Everett. Freddie Simmons. Jimmy Gaffney. 

Paul Scott. Corky Strickland. Beth Speed. 



Above: Bill Everett, Prosecutor-. Freddie Simmons. Asst. Chairman-, Ann 

Taylor, Recorder: Beth Speed, Prosecutor. 

Right: Louise Davis, Betsy Greene, Jimmy Chupp, David Taylor, Harold 

Odom. 




Groups/177 



MEN'S 
COUNCIL 



Men's Council . . . liaison between 
the men students and Dean Nixon 
. . . meeting in the small dining room 
. . . vending machines for Georgia 
Halll . . . judicial board for minor 
violators . . . providing guidance and 
counselling for residents . . . giving 
assistance in Freshman Orientation 
. . . initiating and overseeing dorm 
activities . . . working on dorm 
visitation policy . . . improvements 
for each dorm. 



Below: 1st Row: J. Sterling. J. Chupp. C. Burke, 
J. Turner — Pres.. P. McDonald. P. Wetherell. 
2nd Row: J. Womack. J. Goodwin. R. Wilson. 
P. Scott, B. Anderson, G. Ayers, A. Hobble. 





178/Groups 



WOMEN'S COUNCIL 

Women's Council . . . women's dorm and campus 
activities . . . revising the card policy and the 
constitution ... a scholarship in honor of Miss Hill . . . 
Christmas and Big Sister/Little Sister parties . . . 
freshman study hall . . . orientation . . . bazaar and old 
clothes sale . . . Valentine's project . . . "What daiquiri 
party?" ... "a room and a dorm" . . . the Jean Barry 
Formal. 

Left: Karen Wessinger. Pres.i Carol Fulton, Seci Louise Davis. Tres. 
Below: Dorm Pres. Jean Trollinger, Bailey^ Besty Greene, Belki Beth 
Speed, Clinton. Bottom; 1st Row: M. Brooks. C. Farmer, A. Senn. N. Tinga, 
L. Neal. 3nd Row: S. Baltzeger, K. Wessinger, A. Jones, D. Dobbins, V. 
Henderson, L. Pruett. 3rd Row: M. Hill, T. Martin, T. Francis, M. Scott, S. 
Fountain. J. Trollinger, B. Greene, B. Speed, C. Fulton, T. Jones. 




Groups/179 



S.E.C 



SEC . . . student entertainment . . . mov- 
ies — 20 . . . "A Star is Born" . . . "Goodbye 
Girl" . . . "Capricorn I" ... "Exorcist" . . . 
"One on One" . . . coffee liouses — 3 per 
semester . . . Robert Starling, Andy Wahl- 
berg . . . Barry Drake, Will Smith . . . talent 
show in spring . . . welcome back dance . . . 
Fall Dinner Concert . . . steak . . . mmmm 
. . . Michael Martin . . . freshman mixer . . . 
Denver's Disco . . . Spring Swing . . . Magi- 
cian — Mr. Fingers . . . helped with Milo Ball 
. . . Blue Sox Festival . . . cleaning up until 
2:CX) A.M. . . . arranging the stage. 



Right: They'll even mop to get their picture in the 
yearbookl Bill Cowsert. Mark Padgett, Rob Hobby. Be- 
low: You're supposed to put them in the trash can, Elliot. 
Lower Right: Brad Thomas, Jan Kivora, Mark Padgett, 
Bill Cowsert, Elliott Waddell, Jim Harrison. 





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PSI 
CHI 



Psi Chi . . . national organization . . . 
national members and local members . . . 
meet once a month for dinner or dessert 
with a guest speaker . . . social workers 
and practicing psychologists . . . what to 
do in a job interview . . . drop-in on 
Parents' Day . . . trip to Greenwood 
Genetics Counseling Center and the 
Charles Lee Center in Spartanburg . . . 
selling raffle tickets and visors . . . 
cookout at Dr. Cooler's lake house in 
Greenwood . . . "Please pay your dues!" 
. . . "Meet in the library parking lot!" 



Left: Dr. Tim Gaines, Advisor> Kay Cleveland. V. 
PreSi Mary Kay Wade, Sec.-Treas.i Sandy Maceyko. 
Pres.i Starr Baltzegar, local V. Pres. Below: D. 
Chapman, T. Sanford, S. Baltzegar. R. Harvey, W. 
Dempsey. R. Rooney. L. Hope, F. de la Rue. 2nd Row: 
P. Allen. K. Hammond, T. Lawrence. C. Hill. A. Senn. 
A. Allen. C. Taylor, R. Banker, D. Morton. 3rd Row: 
Dr. C. Cooler, C. Turner, E. Boggs. M. Decker, K. 
Gilbert, K. Cleveland, C. Burgess, S. Maceyko, M.K. 
Wade, N. Parkhurst, Dr. T. Gaines. 




Groups/181 



BLUE KEY 



Blue Key . . . Christmas project . . . basket of canned 
goods at Christmas . . . Brother organization to Cardinal 
Key . . . monitoring tests in the spring for students want- 
ing math scholarships . . . Dean's List drop in ... 6 new 
members . . . help with special Olympics. 



Right: John Turner. V. Pres.i Bill Cowsert. Pres. Below: C. Burgess. M. 
Schmidt, P. Wetherell. W. Gatlin. D. Fredericks. R. Hobby. R. Copeland. F. 
Simmons, B. Hills, J. Bowen. J. Boan. Bottom: J. Turner. J. McCoun. C. 
Raskins. H. Griffin, J. Hall, J. Johnson, B. Cowsert, J. Herlong, J. Spence. J. 
Coleman. 





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CARDINAL KEY 

Cardinal Key . . . national honor society . . . many of the 
leading women students on the PC campus . . . distributiion 
of red roses . . . surprise and excitement . . . carrying 
friends from the Presbyterian Home to concerts on campus 
caroling at Christmas . . . honoring dean's list students 
along with Blue Key . , . members from all areas of campus 
life — from biology labs to piano practice rooms! 



Left: Susan Buffington, Treas., Louise Davis, Pres.i Virginia Henderson. Sec. 
Inset: M. Jennings. Left center: S. Baltzegar. C. Farmer, K. Ethridge. E. 
Ferguson, K. Wessinger, J. Trollinger. Right center: J. Smith. B. Greene, K. 
Hammond, S. Maceyko. D. Tyler. Bottom: 1st Row: B. Barron, L. Barton. B. 
Speed. 2nd Row: K. Ruszler, A. Taylor. M. Brooks. D. Smead. D. Croxton. D. 
Hammond. Not pictured: M. Decker. 





Groups/183 



PAMOJA 



Pamoja ... a Swahili word meaning 
"togetherness" . . . promoting a sense 
of understanding among the students 
at PC ... expressing concern ... ac- 
cepting a challenge . . . instilling with- 
in its members a sense of unity and 
belonging . . . stressing each member's 
individuality . . . open to all segments 
of the campus community . . . striving 
to draw together all cultural influences 
that Presbyterian College has to offer. 



Top: 1st Row; C. Stephens, L. Smith, P. Suttles, R. Dorch, R. Ross. B 

Williams. 3nd Row: E. Reed. V. Hillard. G. Martino, O. duCille, J 

Sullivan, J. Grant, N. Spears. C. Burke, H. Hinton 



Left: C. Burke. Pres., J. Sullivan, Pari., H. Hinton, V. Pres., B. Williams 
Sec.-Treas. Right: Members of Pamoja discuss future plans. 




184/Groups 




INTER-FRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 



Inter-fraternity Council . . . IFC . . . working to 
sponsor activities among fraternities . . . re-exam- 
ine rush — its length and rules . . . sponsoring the 
annual IFC dance in Greenville Dining Hall . . . made 
up of two representatives from each fraternity plus 
all the presidents . . . discussing a possible Greek 
weekend . . . pep rallys at the fraternity court . . . 
promoting good relationships between Greeks. 



Left: Tommy Wade, V. Pres.i Robert Harvey, Pres.i Louis 
Redmond, Sec.-Treas. 

Below: 1st Row: Jim McCoun. Fred Mitchell, Freddie Simmons, 
Dave Torrey, Clay Mercer. 2nd Row: Mark Kay. Hunter Griffin, 
Jimmy Herlong, Buddy Turner, Frank Ertel, Tommy Paige, Allen 
Gaston, Tommy Parish. Brad Thomas. 




Groups/185 




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THETA 
CHI 



Theta Chi ... 26 pledges . . . mad 
hatter party . . . toga party 
Friday night beer bust . . . down by 
the falls . . . "Touchin', Lovin', 
Squeezin' "... "Get off mel" . . . 
Thornwell egg hunt . . . Christmas 
party . . . "top spin" . . . Sword and 
Serpent — Waynesville Country Club 
. . . Brother-Pledge football game . . . 
pajama party . . sundeck parties 
"Are there any Theta Chis down in 
Hell?" . . . red carnations . . . 
backgammon . . . "slide" . . . build a 
fire . . . formal drop in ... a 
summer of weddings . . . "In the 
Halls of Theta Chi." 



Right: What are you doing with your hand on 
my knee? 




Above: Now, Tommy, you've had enough. Left: What do you see. John? 



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Brothers: J. Boan, T. Bozeman. J. Dowdle. T. Duren. 

F. Ertel, B. Everett, J. Harrison. R. Hobby. E. Hulse. J. 
Kellogg. M. Leverette, Y. Mensch. J. Powell. M. 
Schmidt, F. Simmons. D. Taylor. A. Thomas. B. 
Turner, B. Walton. P. Wetherell. J. White. K. 
Womack. Pledges: L. Adams. R. Amick. T. Anderson. 

G. Bolton. B. Cheek. K, Creveling. A. Davis. C. 
Dennis. M. Frazier. M. King. K. Marshall. J. 
McEachern. J. McLean. B. Morgan, A. Murphy. K. 
Odum. E. Prow. S. Rhodes. L. Russell. B. Slate. M. 
Smith. M. Stamey. R. Taylor. S. Wilhide. 
Sitting: Eddie Hulse, Pledge Marshall: Frank Ertel. 
Pres. Standing: Pete Wetherell, V. Pres.; Buddy 
Turner, Sec.i Tom Bozeman, Treas. 



Greeks/189 



SIGMA 
NU 



Sigma Nu . . . Elesc, the Disco Queen 
. . . Charleston trip . . . beer bust — 
Sigma Nu style . . . Voder's 
wreck party, skating party . 
coming — The Catalinas . . . 
een and Christmas parties 
house, Thornwell, and Whitten Village 
. . . carols and gifts at Laurens County 
Memorial Home . . . Easter Seals fund 
drive . . . Sigma Nu study hall . . . wine 
and cheese . . . Clemson trip . . . steak 
and beans supper . . . Sadie Hawkins 
. . . White Star — Highlands, NC . . . 
horse-shoe tourney . . . "5-4-3-2" . . . 
pig roast . . . "Be young, be foolish, be 
happy." 




Top; Who is that behind those Foster Grants? Above: Stephen Blackburn 
says. "Don't you pour that beer on my headi" 



Little Sisters: 1st Row: K. Gilbert, B. Goforth. M. Trippe. D. Wiggins. S. Barco. 
3nd Row: T. Nelson, L. Davis. D. Chapman. C. Hill. 



190/Greeks 





Brothers. H. Bailey, R. Berry, S. Blackburn, T. Bond. 

C. Cross. A. Gaston, C. GIbbs. T. Grove. D. Gruhler. 

D. Huckabee, J. Lane, S. Mann. J. McGowan, M. 
Miley. T. Page. T. Parrish. L. Redmond, C. Sinclair, D. 
Smith, D. Toole. M. Vann. G. Whitacre. J. Womack. 
Pledges: S. Burgess. J. Ctzek, R. Erving. J. Goodwin. 
B. Goolsby. G. Martin. C. Mayes, K. Nicosia, M. 
Phillips, M. Prince, D. Rabun. R. Sawyer. G. Shamrock, 
J. Wilbur. 



John Womack, Chaplain-, Joe Lane, ReCi Allen 
Gaston, Commanderi Joe McGowan, Lt. Commander^ 
Tommy Page, Treas. 



Greeks/191 



PI 

KAPPA 
PHI 



Pi Kappa Phi ... donation and 
party for Boy's Farm of Newberry 
little sisters! . . . visits to the 
Presbyterian Home . raising 
money for P.U.S.H. (play units for 
the severely handicapped) 
"Yellow River" . . . circle and chorus 
line routine . . . sponsoring the 
Bluehoseman . . . Homecomcoming 
dance . . . portable disco from 
WANS . . . "Rose Song" Rose Ball 
"Don't worry about iti" 



Andy Forrest, Chaplain. Russell Hucks. Treas.i 
Clay Mercer. Vlce-Archon, Dave Torrey, 
Archoni Robert Harvey, Warden. 




Boogie down at the PiKapp discol 



Brothers: A Forrest. R. Harvey. R. Hucks. H. Mason. C. Mercer, D. Torrey. 
Pledges: J. Dorn. B. Thomas. 



193/Grceks 



Left: Little Sisters: Back: K. Adkins. J. 
BIyzes. S. Conn, S. Zinsli. Front: C. Corley, 
T. Hicks. 

Lower left: Andy and his date have on 
their boogie shoes. Lower right: "Hey. Hey 
Babyl" 




Greeks/193 



PI 

KAPPA 
ALPHA 



Pikas . . . eventful rush . . . 
homecoming — uniting fraternity 
friends for a short weekend . . . 
followed Hose to Oklahoma . . . great 
spring semester . . . Dream Girl — a 
weekend in snow capped mountains . . . 
Founder's Day/Alumni Weekend (Mu 
chapter's 90th Birthday) . . . Sheridan 
Cavitt's Memorial Wild West Blowout 
. . . Annual Roman Holiday Weekend at 
Myrtle Beach . . . Skoal . . . "Up 
Jumped Willie." 



Right: John D'Andrea. Sgt. at Armsi Barry Taylor, 
Sec.i Jim McCoun, Pres.i Bruce OIlis, V. Pres., 
Marvin Newman, Treas. 





Above: Little Sisters: 1st Row: J. Crowder. T. Roddy, V. Johnson. 3nd Row: M. Brice. M.K. 
Campbell, A. Simmons, D. Hammond. 3rd Row: N. Warren, S. Haddon, J. Bell, LA. Davis. Left: 
"I'll bet you say that to all the girls." 



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Left: "9.426 bottles of beer on the wall . " Below: 
Brothers: B. Anderson, J. Bowen, H. Brannen. B. 
Burnside, J. Byars, S. Coker, J. Cox. J. D'Andrea. C. 
D'Andrea. J. Gaffney. W. Gatlln. B. Johnson. M. Kay. 
T. King. F. Kube. J. Lane. J. McCoun. P. McGinn, T. 
Nates, D. Neisler, M. Newman, B. OIlis, L. Owens. M. 
Padgett. B. Peterson. B. Pitts. R. Reed. J. Reeves. P. 
Scott. M. Shealy. S. Stalvey. J. Subers. B. Taylor. J. 
Turner. T. Wade. J. Watson. A. White. B. Williams. J. 
Wilson. Pledges: L. Bridges. H. Cross. R. Hannah. G. 
Harper. B. Higgins, R. Hollier, J. Lewis, S. McCall, J. 
Montgomery, M. Owens, D. Price, R. Register, R. 
Rentz, L. Roberts, K. Snead. J. South, S. Spencer. J, 
Steele. C. Waldron. R. Way. M. Wheless, C. Williams. 
C. Yarborough. 




Greeks/195 



KAPPA 
ALPHA 



KA's ... 51 members . . . faculty 
and staff drop-in . . . Christmas at 
Thornwell . . . Wild West ... Old 
South — Myrtle Beach Hilton . . . 
Convivium Banquet . . . kami-kazi 
beer bust . . . Trojan Island . . . 
Casino party . . . shrimp boil . . . 
shorts party . . . spring band party 
. . . chartered buses for the Carolina 
Cup . . . party on the U.S.S. 
Yorktown . . . "Myrtle Beach Days" 
... "I Love Beach MusicI" 



Right: Bill Cowsert. No. 2, Jimmy Herlong. No. 
Ii Davie Fredericks, No. 3. 



Above: Are the Southern Gentlemen choosing sides? Right 
Whatcha sellin'? 




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Brothers: G. Ayers, T. Bagnall, C. Bourne. K. Calhoun. F. 
Childress. D. Cohen, J. Coleman. J. Cook. B. Cowsert. S. 
Culbreath, B. Driver. J. Edwards. R. Fagan, D. 
Fredericks. C. Foster. H. Griffin. J. Hall. J. Herlong, K. 
Hicklin. D. Jeter. J. Johnson, C. Keenan. F. Mitchell. T. 
Mitchell. B. Oates. M. Stringfellow. W. Todd. E. Wadell. 
F. Williams. Pledges: G. Albright. C. Auman. M. Benton. 
B. Hall. C. Hensley. S. McAlister. R. McCrary. S. Murray. 
J. Ransom. D. Rice, J. Sadler, T. Sanders, K. Summerall, 
B. Sturkey, J. Timmons, B. Warren, M. Wickham. C. 
Youles. 



Left: O.K. everybody — smilel 



Greeks/197 



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ALPHA 

SIGMA 

PHI 



Alpha Sig . . . rush . . . 
Greystone banquet . . . band . . . 
disco ... 14 pledges . . . Thornwell 
Halloween Party . . . Christmas 
party . . . gag gifts . . . River Boat 
— costume party — Denver's 
Disco . . . Black and White in 
February . . . Hilton Head . . . 
Hawaiian Holiday . . . bar-b-que 
. . . California strut . . . Gatoring 
. . . "Hey, Babyl" 



Left: M. Clayton. Treas., D. MacMlxon. V 
Pres.i L. Brown. Pres.i R. Boyles, Sec. 



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"Carla. I don't know if you should see this." 



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Above: Brothers: R. Boyles. K. Brown. L. 
Brown. M. Clayton. R. Elmore, K. Hopkins, 
R. Howland, R. Lanier, R. Little, D. 
MacMixon, S. McCaslin, W. Murphy, G. 
Poole, C. Priester. A. Rhodes, D. Tinga, T. 
Werner, E. Williams. Pledges: B. Brown, S. 
Denney, D. Dominey, D. Duda, B. Erickson, 
D. Harding, J. Hatfield, J. Little, S. 
Matsumoto. A. McCathern, B. McGill, D. 
Mclntyre. J. Scarborough. K. Slusher. Left: 
Little SIslers: C. McCaskill. C. Peacock. K. 
Britton. J. Pellett. M. McRae. A. Kennedy. 
K. Lanier. L. Morgan, R. Willis. Not 
pictured: C. McCracken, L. Williams. J. 
McMahan, S. Walkup. 



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CANDIDATES 
FOR 
GRADUATION 

SUSAN FRANCES ADAMS 

Business Club — 4 

SALLY PATRICIA ALLEN 

SVS — 2, A: PC Players — 2, Intramurals — 3. 3. 4. Psi-Chi 
— 4 

SANDRA STARR BALTZEGAR 

PC Players - I, Deans LIsI - I. 2. i. 4, Psi-Chi - 3. 4, 
Cardinal Key — A. Women's Council — 4, Inlramurals — 2. 



ROBIN MELINDA BANKER 

Psi-Chi — 3. 4; SVS — 3. A: (Coordinator). CIA — 3. 4, 



JANET DIANNE BEARDEN 

Choir — 1. 2. 3, 4, Madriijal Sinccrs — 5. 3 4, pr P! 



MARY LOUISA BETTS 

Choir - I. :!, 3, 4, Minstrel — 4 

NEELY COPELAND BLACKMON 
ROBIN ANNETTE BLACKMON 
JOHN CHARLES BOAN 

Theta-Chi — I. 2. 3. 4, SGA — 3. A, AIBS — 3, ACS — 3 
FOB — 3. A: Blue Key — 4 

ELIZABETH LONGSTREET BOGGS 

SVS — I. 2. A: Special Olympics — I, 2. 3. A: Intramurals — 
I, 2. 3. 4: Deans List - I. 3, AIBS - 3. 4, CEC - 3. 4, Circle 
K- 4 

ANNETTE BOYD 
GREG JON BRETER 



ANN TRAYLOR BRIDGES 
JAMES LARRY BRIDGES 

c-^.k.ii 1 1 J 4. Inlramurals — I. 2. 3. 4, FCA — I. 2. 3. 
Iia — 4 

LESTER EMERY BRITTON III 
SUSAN MARIE BUFFINGTON 

Choir - I, 2. 3, 4 (Historian). AIBS - 3. 3. 4 (Sec). ACS - 
2: Women's Council — 2 (Treas.), Cardinal Key — 3. 4 
(Treas), Blue Slocking - 3. 3. 4 (Photo Ed. - 3. 4), PaC 
SaC — 3. 3 (Photo Ed.). 4 (Assl. Ed.). PC Players — " 
Admissions Advisory Committee — I, 2. 3. World Hungi 
Task Force — 3 (Co-Chm.). 4. Figs i, Thistles — 3. Soeci.. 



Olympics ^ J -■ rv 
— 2; Foun. 
ship in BiOiugy — i 
Who — 4 



CLINTON BURGESS 

SVS - I. 2, 3. 4. CIA - 1. 2. 3. 4. ACS - 1. 2. 3. 4. AIBS - I. 

2. 3. 4. Special Olympics — I. 2. 3. 4. Pamoja — I. 3 3 4 
New Life - 2. 3. 4. FOB - 3. 4. Westminster Fellowship -' 

3. 4. Circle K — 4. Psi-Chi — 4, Blue Key — 4. SGA — A 

CLAYTO BURKE 

Football — I. 2. 3. A 

SANDRA LENORA BUSBEE 

CIA — 3. Alston Wilkes — 3. Circle K — 4. Business Club 

JAY CAROL BYARS 

Football I — I. 3. 3. 4. Pi Kaypa Alpha — I. 3. 3. 4, FCA — I 



GEORGE KEVIN CALHOUN 

CIA - I. 3. 3. SVS - I. 3. 3. 4. Kappa Alpha - I. 3. 3. 4. 
Dorm Council — 3. Men's Council — 3. Religious Activi- 

ESTHER KAY CLEVELAND 

' nurals — I. 3. 3. 4. Psi-Chi — 3. 4 (Vice-Pres.) 

ELLIOTT JERRY COLEMAN II! 

Presidents Scholarship, Kappa Alpha - I. 3. 3. 4. Intramur- 
als — I. 3. 3. 4. Mens Dorm Council — 3. Business Club — 

3. 3. 4. Blue Key - 4. Judicial Council - 4. Sigma Kappa 
Alpha — 4 

CAROLE JOYCE CONNOR 

CIA - I. 3. 3. 4. SVS - 1. 3. 3. PC Players - 3. A. Alpha Psi 
Omega — 4 

WILLIAM STONE COWSERT 

SGA - I. 3. 3. Kappa Alpha - I. 3. 3. 4 (Vice-President). 
SVS Coordinator — I. 3. Rifle Team — I. SEC — Chairman 
3.4.Bli~''- ' «-" .. . 

4. Who 



JAMES ALBERT COX, JR. 
GEORGE ANTHONY CRIPPEN 
LOUISE ELAINE DAVIS 

SVS — I. 3 (Coordinator). 3 (Co— '^ • - ■ 

Vocations Group — I. 3, Deans List 

als - I. 3. 3. 4. Choir - 3. 3. 4. Maarigal ( 

- 3. 3. 4. Sigma Nu Little Sister - 3. 3 (Pres.). A. Sigma Nu 
Sweet Heart — 3. Women's Council — 3. 4 (Treas). FOB 

— 3, 3. 4. SGA — 3. Cardinal Key — 3. 4 (Pre 
Council — 4. Sigma Kappa Alpha, Marc '- - • ■ 
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FRANCES MARIE DELARUE 



WILLIAM THOMAS DOUGLASS 



JOHN HOLMES DOWDLE, JR. 



LARUE WESLEY EDGE 

Choir - 1. 3. 3. 4, Madrigals - 3. 4. SVS - 3. New Life - 3 

MARY JEANNETTE EPTING 

SVS — I. 3, Intr 

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FRANCIS DANIEL ERTEL 

Theta Chi - I. 3. 3. 4 (Pres), Intrar 

— 3. 3. Business Cli 

pics — 3. If C — 4. PaC SaC — 4, Publications Boi 



KATHRYN LOUISE ETHRIDGE 

SVS — I. 3, Intrar ' 

Basketball — 3, Alston Wilkes — 3. 3 (V. Pr 
Pres), Special Olympics — 3. 3. 4, CEC — 3 < 
Key - 4, Psi Chi ^ 4 

CATHERINE MARSHALL FARMER 

Powder-Puff Football - I. 3. Intramurals - I. 3. 3. 4, FOB 

-3. SVS -3. 3. CEC -3.3. 4 (Prr- - 

- 3. 4, Cardir ■ - 

ELLEN MAXINE FERGUSON 

Choir — I. .2, i. 4j Homecoming Court — 2. Inlrai 
2, 3; Shaw Fine Arts Award — h 0'■'^i"=■^ k^— 

GEORGE THOMAS FESPERMAN III 

Choir — I. 3. 3. 4, Minstrel — 3, Madrigals — 4 

JOHN WARREN FINNEY, III 
LAURENCE DAVIS FREDERICK 

AIBS - I. 3. 3. 4, ABS - I. 3. 3. 4, Kappa Alpha - I. 3. 3. 4, 
SVS - 3. 3. 4, Blue Key - 3. 4, SGA - 3. 4, FOB - 4. Dorm 
President — 4 

JAMES ALLEN GASTON 

Football — I. 3. 3. 4. Track — I. 3. 3. 4. FCA — I. 3. 3. 4. 
Intramurals — 3. 3. 4, Sigma Nu — 3, 3. 4 (Pres), Special 
Olympics - 3. 3, Business Club - 3. 4, Athletic Commit- 
tee — 3, Dorm Council — 4. IFC — 4 

GEORGE WARD GATLIN 

Football - I. 3. 3. 4. AIBS - I. 3. 3. 4, FCA - I. 3. 3. 4, Pi 
Kappa Alpha - 3. 4, Dean's List - 3, Blue Key - 4, 
Scotsman Baseball Club — 4 

JANE KELLY GILBERT 

Powder-Puff Football — I. 3. 3, Intramurals — I. 3. 3. 4, 



CAROLYN ESTHER GOODYEAR 



BETSY CAROLE GREENE 

Choir - I. 3. 3 (Sec). 4. SVS - I. 3 (Coordinator). 3. 4. 



SARA JANE HADDON 



ROBERT GASTON HALL, JR. 



DOROTHY DEE HAMMOND 

" s — 3. 3. 4. PC 

I; CIA — I. 2. 3. 
imillee — 2. 3, 
Psi Omega — 3. 4 (Cast Direc- 
tor), PaC SaC — 3. 4 (Copy-Editor). FOB — 3, Special 
Olympics — 3. 4, Cardinal Key — 4, Blue Slocking — 4; 
ning Court — 4 

CRAIG ROBERT HANSON 

CIA — i. 3. 4, PC Puppetry Troupe — 2. 3 (Coordinator). 4 
(Coordinator) 

JAMES PHILIP HARRISON 

Ti /-I.; t i A <;/-» 1 A '•';c — 4i Dorm Pres. — 4i 



ROBERT DILLARD HARVEY 

SVS - I. X 3: Pi Kappa Phi - 3. 3. A-, Chess C'"'- -> •'^'- - 
4 (Pres.)i Psi Chi — 4 

NOEL CLAYTON HASKINS 

Rifle Team — 1. 1. 3. 4. ACS — 1. 1. 3. 4 (Treas.). ROTC — I. 
3. 3. 4; Deans list — I. 3. 4, SVS — 1. 2. 3, Special Olvmoics 
— I. 2. Student Council — I. 2 (Sec), Student Ass 
I. 2 (Sec). 3, Men's Council — 2. 3 (Pres.), AIBS — 2. 3. 
FOB — 2. 3: Blue Stocking — 2. 3 (Business M. 
Admissions Advisory Committee — 2. 3; SGA rir 
Committee — 2, PC Players — 3. 4, Blue Key — 3. 4. 
1 — 3. 4i Circle K — 3 



CAROL MAKEMIE HAY 



DAPHNE ANN HAYES 

CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA HENDER- 
SON 



JAMES AUGUSTUS HERLONG 



mbly — I, Kappa Alpha — I. 2. 3. 4 (Pres.), 
I. 2. 3. 4, President's Scholar, Business Club 

- 2. 3. 4, IFC - 4, Blue Key - 4 

WARING WEBB HILLS. Ill 
KAYRE KATHERINE HINES 

Inlramurals — 1. 4, PC Players — 1. 2. 3, AIBS — 2. 3. 4, ACS 

— 2, CIA — 4, SVS — 4, Women's Council — 2, Dorm 
■ - 2 (Sec), 3, Choir — 2. 3. 4, Circle K — 3. 4, 

ling Court — 4 

JOE LEAKE HOLCOMBE 



STUART ROBINSON HOPKINS. JR. 
JAMES DOUGLAS HORTON 

PC Players — I. 2. 3. 4. PC Choir — I, 2, New Life — 3. 4, 
CIA 2. 3. 4, Psi Chi - 3. 4, SVS - 4, PC Singers - 3, 4 

WILLIAM LEONARD HOWARD 

Football — I. 2. 3. 4, Special Olympics — I. 2. 3. 4 

JAMES EDWARD HULSE. Ill 
CONSTANCE LAURETTE JACKSON 

SVS — l.lntr •- ■ • " • ■ ■■ - 



THOMAS ALAN JARVIS 



MAMIE LANGLEY JENNINGS 

Women's Council — h Intramurals — I, CIA — I, Church 
Vocation's Group — I, SVS — 1. 2. 3. 4, Dean's List — 1, 2. 3. 



DONALD HOKE JETER 



BILLUPS PHINIZY JOHNSON. Ill 



ELIZABETH HALE JOHNSON 

Intramurals — I. 2. 3. 4, Business Club — 2. 3. 4 (Pres), 
Cirriculum Committee — 4 

JAMES VANDERGRIFT JOHNSON, III 

Kappa Alpha — I. 2. 3. 4, Golf Team — I. 2. i 4, R.,sin<.<s 



VIRGINIA ALINE JOHNSON 

SVS — I. 3. 3, Stuycnt Council — 3; Student Assemly ~ 1. 

FOB - 2. i, 4. Blue Stocking - 3-. SGA — 3 (Vice-Pres.). 4 
:ademic Affairs Commit- 
litiee — 4 



JENNY LAUREN JONES 

Social Committee — 1. 2. 4, Alston Wilkes — 2, 3, 4, SVS — 



STEFANI ANN JONES 

Tennis Team - I, SVS - 2, AIBS - 2. 3. 4, ACS - 2, Psi 
Chi — 4 

EMMANUEL CUDJOE KARLO 
JAMES DOUGLAS KELLOGG 
CYNTHIA LYNN KILGUS 



Team — 2. 3. 4, New Life — 3. 4, PC Playc 

DEBRA ANNE LABOON 



DOUGLAS HALLADAY LANEY 



TERRI LEE LATHOM 



TERESA DIANE LAWRENCE 

ACS — 2. 3 (Sec). 4 (Sec), AIBS — 2. 3. 4, SVS — 2 

AMY BYREL LEIDHEISER 

SVS - 3. 4, CIA - 3. 4 

RICHARD MELVIN LITTLE 

Alpha Sigma Phi — I. 2. 3. 4, Rifle Team — I 

JOHN PATRICK MACDONALD 
SANDRA JOANN MACEYKO 

SGA — I. 2, SVS — I. 2. 3. 4, Psi Chi — 2. 3 (Vice-Pn 
(Pres.), CEC - 3, Cardinal Key — 4, Student Secret, 
2. 3. 4 

JAMES GAYLE MCARTHUR 
JAMES CORBLY MCCOUN 

Football — I, 2. 3. 4, Track — I, Pi Kappa Alpha — I. 2. 3, 4 



MIMI MCRAE 

Rifle Team — I, I " 
— 3. 4, Alpha Sig 



CLAY CULPEPPER MERCER 

ROTC — I. 2, Pi Kappa Phi — 2. 3. 4 (Vice-Archo 



RICKY CLARK NELSON 

AIBS — I. 2. 3. 4, ACS — I. 2 

MARVIN CECIL NEWMAN 

Football — I. 2, Golf Team — I. 2. 3. 4, Pi Kappa Alpha — 1. 
3. 4, Business Club — 3. 4, Student Assembly — 4 

WILLIE DANZIG NEWTON. JR. 



JAMES BRUCE OLLIS. JR. 

Football — I, 2. 3. 4, Pi Kappa Alpha — I. 2. 3. 4 (Vi< 
Pres), Special Olympics — I. 2. 3. 4 (Chairman) 



MARK PADGETT 



CAROL CALDWELL PEACOCK 



ALAN KENT HOPKINS 



MICHAEL ANDREW KNIGHT 



AMANDA LORIE PEELE 

SVS — 3. 4, CIA — 3. 4, BASIC — 3. 4 (Chai 



JOAN PELLETT 

SVS — I, Westminster Ft 
1.3, 3. 4i PC Players— I,,, .p. 

MARTIN ANDREW PHILLIPS 

Circle K — 3, Pjc SaC — 4, Student Assembly — 4; 
Business Club — 3. 4> Sigma Nu — 4 

MITCHELL BRYAN POE 

SVS — I. i. 3, 4. PaC SaC - I. 4, Choir - I. 2. 3. 4, 



ELAINE POLK POTTS 
CATHERINE LOUISE POWELL 

SVS - I. 2: CIA - 1, 2. 3. 4: New life - 1. 3, 4i CEC - 3. 3. 
4 (PAN Rep.) 

LAURIE KATHERINE PRUETT 

SVS — I, Intramurals — I. 3. 3. 4, Choir — 3, IV-J-^— ■- 
(Morris Dancer) — 3, Blue Slocking — 3. 3. 4, H( 
ing Court — 3. 4, SEC — 3. 4, Special Olympics — j. i; 
FOB — }; Women's Council — 4. PC Players — 4 

ERSKINE ABRAHAM REED 



RICHARD DARYL RENTZ 



JOHN PAUL ROBERTSON III 

Intramurals — I. p. 3. 4i SVS 3. 3, (Coordinator) 4. (Coor- 
dinator), Special Olympics — 3i Westminster Fellowship 

— 3. 3 (Pres.). 4 (State Pres.). Blue Slocking — 3. 4 
(Business Manager), PC Players — 3. 4, Stalcy Lecture 
Steering Committee — 3. 4. Who's Who — 4. SGA — 4, 
Alpha Psi Omega — 4. PaC SaC — 3. 4 (Section Editor) 

JERRY RAMSEUR ROBINSON 

AIBS - 3. 4, ACS - 4 

MARY KAREN RUSZLER 

Dean's List — I. 3. 3. 4, PC Players — I. 3. 3. 4, Foi ^ ' 
Scholar, PC Junior.Fellow, Blue Stocking — I. 3. 3, P 

— 3. 3 (Copy Editor). 4 (Editor), Woi ' ' 
SEC — 3 (Sec), Oeland English Schc._. 
Advisory Committee — 3. 3, Sigma Kappa Alpha — 3. 3. 4, 
Cardinal Key — 3. 4, Alpha Psi Omega — 3. 4 (Vice Pres), 
Theta Chi Sweetheart — 3, Figs and Thistles — 3 (Editor). 
4, Who's Who — 4, Publications Board — 3. 4, Student 
Affairs Council — 3, Homecoming Court — 3. 4 

CAROL ANNETTE SENN 

SVS - 1. 4, Circle K- 3. 4, Psi Chi -4, Worn. ' - 

— 4 

TRACEY LEIGH SHEALY 



DEBORAH ANNE SMEAD 

CIA - I. 3. 3i Varsity Volleyball - I. 3. i 



JANICE ANNETTE SMITH 



MIRIAM JOY SMITH 



CARRIE DENISE STEPHENS 

SVS - 3. 3. 4, CEC - 3. 3. 4 (Sec), Pamoja - 3. 4, Alston- 
Wilkes — 4 

JOSEPH ARNOLD STERLING, JR. 

ire — 1. c„...i.i ni ,„. _ 1 a niskelball — 3. 4, CIA 

I. 4, SVS — 4, Dorm 
«.. . ^>,u..... - -., ^.o^ - 4, FOB - 4, Circje 
K — 4 

HENRY CAREY STRICKLAND, III 

SVS — I. 3. 3, Choir — I. 3. 3, 4 (Pr- ^ ' '- ■ ^ 

3. 4, CIA — I, Madrigals — 3. 3. 4 (Chairman), Judicial 
Council — 3. 4 (Chairman), Blue Key — 3, Hunger Task 
force — 3. 4, Academic Affairs Council — 3, Student 
Council — 4, Student Assembly — 4, Rep. to S" ' ■ 
Conference on U.S. Affairs — 4, Who's Who — 4, B< 
Visitors — 4, FOB — 4, PC Players — 3. 4 

JAMES MICHAEL STRINGFELLOW 

Kappa Alpha — I, 3. 3. 4, Circle K — 3, Busin 

4, SVS — 3, FOB — 4 

BARRY PARNELL TAYLOR 



CLAUDIA GARRETT TAYLOR 

irals — 3. 4i Psi Chi — 3. 4 

JULIE ELLEN TERRY 

SVS — I, 3. 3. 4, Intramurals — I. 3, Alston-Wi 

DAVID EDWIN TINGA 

Alpha Sigma Phi — I. 3. 3. 4 

JEAN LINDSAY TROLLINGER 

Powd - 



ing Court — 4, Cardin... «.., — . 

CLARE INEZ TURNER 
JOHN ANTHONY TURNER 

Basketball — I. 3, 3, 4, Who's Who — 4 

GRAYCE DIANNE TYLER 

V Life — I. 3, CIA — I, PC Players 
Igals — 3. 4 (Publicity 

•■ ha — 3, 

e Stocking — 3, 4, Homecoming Queen — 3, Cardinal 

f — 4i Staley Lecture Committee — 4, Inaugural Com- 

e — 4, Student Assembly — 4, Dean's List — 3. 3. 4 

JULIUS MARSHALL VANN 

Soccer — 3. 4, IFC — 3 (VicePres.), Sigma Nu 3, 4 

MARY KAY WADE 

Psi Chi - 3. 4 (Treas.), Alston-Wilkes - 3. 4, Circle K — 
3, PaC SaC - 4 

WANDA LYNNE WALKER 



RHODA QUINN WALLACE 



NANCY RUTH WARREN 

Intramurals — I. 3. 3. 4, Powder-Puff FootI 
Founder's Scholarship, AIBS — 3. 3. 4, Sign 
— 3. 3. 4, Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister — 

JAMES JOSEPH WATSON 



DOROTHY ANN WEBB 



BEVERLY LOUISE WEEKS 



KAREN ELIZABETH WESSINGER 



4 (Capt.), SVS — 3, Ad 



mittee — 4, Stud 
ing Court — 4 

PETER REGAN WETHERELL 

Intramurals — I. 3. 3. 4, Theta Chi — I. 3. 3. 4 (Vice-Pres.), 
football — I, Proctor of Leroy Springs Gym. — 3. 3. 4, SVS 
— 3, Blue Key — 4, Men's Dorm Council — 4, ROTC 
Company Commander — 4 

DANA LEANNE WIGGINS 



FREDERICK GANTT WILLIAMS 

Kappa Alpha — I. 3, 3. 4, Business Club — 3. ' ' 
Scholarship Candidate — 3, Dorm Pres. — 3, fl 



NANCY ANNE IRWIN WILLIAMS 

FOB — 3. 4, Publications Board — 3. 4 (Chmn.) 

JEFFREY WATT WILSON 



BRUCE GORDON WISMER 
ELAINE WOODS 

Blue Slocking — I. 3 (Editor), Figs I Thistles 



JULIA FRANCES WOODSON 

Powder-Puff Football — I. 3, SVS — I. 3. 3, CIA — I. 3. 3. 4, 
PaC SaC — 3 

JOHN CALVIN YOUNKIN, JR. 



JACK CLARENCE ZEIGLER, JR. 



Editor 

Assistant Editor 
Copy Editor 
Photography Editor 
Business Editor 
Moments Editor 
Teams Co-Editors 

Faces Editor 
Groups Editor 
Ads Editor 
Index Editor 
Photographers 



Copy Writers 



Amercian Yearbook 
tive 



Karen Ruszler 
Susan Buffington 
Dee Hammond 
Norman Dover 
David Taylor 
Alison Cumi 
Connie MilL. 
Barbara Pickens 
Danny Cohen 
Alan Reed 
Todd Bond 
Johnny Robertson 
Kelly Mahaffey 
Jimmy McEachern 
Corky Strickland 
George White 
Dede Dreisbach 
Marty Philips 
Jimmy Spence 
Dianne Tyler 
Lanie Woods 
Roban Bangle 

Cathy Corbett 

Leslie Cutler 

Lisa Davis 

Fran De Larue 

Katie Dewitt 

Alison Drummond 

Joe Grant 

David Harlan 

Mary Hunt 

Margaret Kay 

Ginger Parramore 

Susan Ritter 

Mary Kay Wade 

Scott Wilhide 



STAFF 



The 1980 PaC SaC staff would like to express its sin- 
cere thanks to the Campus Security Officers for con- 
stantly unlocking doors, keeping us awake, and allowing 
us to inhabit Douglas House after hours. We would also 
like to thank Mrs. Lehman for her proofreading and the 
registrar's office for help with the Senior directory. And 
finally, our thanks to everyone who showed up for pic- 
tures, identified people, or offered their moral support to 
our harried staff. 



Specifications for the 1980 PaC SaC — Volume LXIV 

Publisher: Josten's American Yearbook Company 
Clarksville. Tennessee 

Method; Offset Lithography 

Paper: 80 pound dull 



Binding: Sewed 



EndsheetS: Parchment 

Cover: Custom blind embossed with gold metalay 
Basin Blue with Black overtone 
Spanish Grain 

Photography: Color Processing by Meisel Laboratory. Atlanta. GA 

All black and white processing by the staff. Douglas House Dungeon 




INDEX 



GAIL EILEEN ABERCROMBIE 146, I7J 

JOHN SYDNEY ABNEY 138 

CHARLOTTE EMILY ADAMS 138 

GUILA PORTER ADAMS 146 

LARRY GLEN ADAMS 146 

SUSAN FRANCES ADAMS 118. 156 

EDDIE MELVIN ADDISON 63, 138 

KIMBERLY MARIE ADKINS 138 

WILLIAM BELLINGER ADKINS 146. 193 

ADAIR ALLEN 3. 33. 130. 158. 159. 160, 181 

NANCY ANNE ALLEN 146. 159 

SALLY PATRICIA ALLEN 118. 181 

RUSSELL CRAIG AMICK 138 

RICHARD WYATT AMICK 118 

BEAUFORD MAURICE AMMONS 63, 130 

ROBERT BENTLEY ANDERSON III 33. 63. 83. 130. 

176, 178 

CLARA KATHERINE ANDREWS 138. 163 

JEFFREY BRYAN ANDREWS 146 

THOMAS LARRAINE ARE. JR. 158. 159 

CHARLES RICHARD ASBELL 146 

KELLY DAWN ASKIN 146. 159. 160 

WALTER HASKELL ATKINS. JR. 16, 59, 61, 63. 86 

FRED WILTON AUMAN III 146 

GREGORY STEVEN AYERS 138. 178 

DEBORAH ANNE BABB 146 

THOMAS NETTLES BAGNAL, JR. 66. 67, 130 

TAMMY JEAN BAGWELL 146 

EVAN CHRISTOPHER BAHR 130 

HUGH TOLAN BAILEY, JR. 63. 130 

JULIA ELLEN BAILEY 136 

STEVEN EDWARD BAKER 159. 160 

SANDRA STARR BALTZEGAR 33, 118. 179. 181. 183 

ROBERTA ANN BANGLE 146. 153 

ROBIN MELINDA BANKER 14. 118. 181 

PATTI ANN BANNISTER 146 

SUSAN LYNN BARCO 138 

JON MICHAEL BARKER !38 

SARAH MELINDA BARKER 138. 166 

GEORGIA KATHLEEN BARKSDALE 146 

KELLY ANNETTE BARRETT 17. , 64, 138. 176 

ELIZABETH SPRINGER BARRON 13, 45. 130 167. 

173. 183 

LYNN ALLISON BARTON 78. 79. 130, 159 

GARY ALLEN BASS 146 

RICHARD BOND BATES 146 

JANET DIANNE BEARDEN 17, 118, 173 

MARGARET JANE BELL 10, 74, 130 

MARY WESLEY BELL 138. 301 

SHARON E. BELLWOOD 130 

CONNIE MARIE BENNETT 138 

MICHAEL MALONE BENTON 138 

RUSSEL WALLACE BERRY 130. 186 

MARY LOUISA BETTS 13. 118. 173 

CHARLES ADAM BISHOP. JR. 61. 130 

MARIANNE BLACKBURN 146 

STEPHEN MILLS BLACKBURN 138 

RAURY ALLISON BLACKMON 146 

ROBIN ANNETTE BLACKMON 118 

FRANCIS MICHAEL BLACKWELL 

HAROLD LEE BLAIR 130 

DAVID RANDAL BLAKELY 

LISA ANN BLEDSOE 138 

JACQULYN MARY BLYZES 133. 138, 193 

JOHN CHARLES BOAN 118. 176. 183 

HAROLD LEE BOEHM. JR. 146. 159 

ERIC CHARLES BOELZNER 146 

ELIZABETH LONGSTREET BOGGS 119. 155. 163. 

181 

JANE BETH BOLLINGER II. 146, 163, 173 

JAMES WILLIAM BOLT 

GREGORY EUGENE BOLTON 146, 334 

WILLIAM TODD BOND 51, 130, 167. 171, 176 

KATHRYN ANN BOSTATER 146. 159. 163 

ROBERT CLARK BOURNE 83. 86. 138 

JOHN PAUL BOWEN 116. 119. 155. 183 

LISA FRAN BOWEN 146 

ANNETTE BOYD 119. 181 

RICHARD ELMER BOYIES, JR. 130, 155 



THOMAS HUNT BOZEMAN 156 

KAREN ELIZABETH BRADLEY 3, 146, 160. 171 

MAJOR HAROLD BRANNEN. JR. 63, 130 

JOHN CECIL BREARLEY 130. 163. 167. 170 

JOHN SAMUEL BREAZEALE 14. 146. 173. 335 

GREGORY JON BRETER 17. 33. 119 

MELINDA ELISE BRICE 37, 138. 176 

JAMES LARRY BRIDGES 63. 119 

TRACY ELIZABETH BRIDGES 146 

GEORGE HENRY BRISTOL 76, 77 

KELLIE ANN BRITTON 146 

MARTHA ELLEN BROOKS 14. 130, 173, 183 

JAMES DONALD BROOME, JR. 130, 176 

BENNETT ALEXANDER BROWN 146 

KIMBERLY JEAN BROWN 138 

KEVIN PAUL BROWN 130 

LANG MICHAEL BRONW 199 

SANDRA LEIGH BROWN 155 

CATHY JOANNE BROWNLEE 13, 146. 159. 160 

ROBERT HOOD BROZINA 146. 171 

CHARLES FRANKLIN BRUYER 159 

KIMBERLEY ANNE BRYSON 146. 171 

RANDALL LEE BUCK 146 

SUSAN MARIE BUFFINGTON 39. 116. 119. 140. 155. 

169. 170. 173. 183. 335 

CLINTON BURGESS 119. 154. 155. 159, 176, 181 

STEVEN RAY BURGESS 66, 146 

CLAYTO BURKE 58. 60. 61. 63. 153. 184 

KAREN ELIZABETH BURNETTE 146 

ROBERT HENRY BURNSIDE. JR. 130 

STEVEN FREEMAN BURROUGHS 146 

OLETA JILL BURTON 138 

SANDRA LENORA BUSBEE 119 

JAY CAROL BYARS 63. 119 

GEORGE KEVIN CALHOUN II. 119 

JOYCE KELLY CAMERON 138 

WILLIAM ROWLAND CAMERON II 130. 160 

DEBORAH KATE CAMPBELL 130. 160 

MARY KAY CAMPBELL 71. 138 

SARA JANE CAMPBELL 4, 146 

SARAH LOUISE CAMPBELL 146 

JOEL MICHAEL CANDLER 131 

JOHN MARK CANN 63, 138 

MARTHA HARVEY CANN 146, 171 

CINDY JO CARLYLE 71, 138 

DUNCAN ANDREW CARMICHAEL 38, 146 

MARY CAROLYN CARMICHAEL 131 

AUDREY LYNNE CARR 138 

DEBORAH CAROLINE CARRE 138 

MARY SADLER CARTER 138, 176 

JESSE LAWRENCE CASON 63. 171 

JOHN PHILLIP CAUTHEN 146 

DONNA RUTH CHAPMAN 131. 181 

WILLIAM EDWIN CHAPMAN. JR. 146 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CHEEK IV 4. 146 

DILLARD DURELL CHEEK III 146 

APRIL EULANNE CHILDRESS 64. 131. 163, 170 

FRANKLIN FULLER CHILDRESS 75. 138 

SUSAN GORDON CHILDS 38. 71 

EVELYN FRANCES CHRISTMAN 138. 154 

WILLIAM GLENN CHRISTOPHER 131, 155 

JAMES LAFAYETTE CHUPP 16, 63. 131. 177 

ROBERT DEAN CLANTON 146 

MARGARET KATHERINE CLARK 6. 138, 155, 159. 

160. 173 

ANNE TREZEVANT CLARKE 147. 170 

JULIA RAY CLARKE 7. 146 

MICHAEL DANIELS CLAYTON 131 

MARGARET LEAH CLAYTON 147. 160 

ELIZABETH LYNN CLECKLEY 119 

ESTHER KAY CLEVELAND 119. 181 

JUDY KIM CLUETT 147. 160 

DANIEL COLEMAN COHEN 13. 31. 36. 45. 138. 

168. 173. 173. 197 

STEVEN HAROLD COKER 131 

ELLIOTT JERRY COLEMAN 111 130. 156. 183 

SAMUEL DEAN COMPTON 147 

CAROLYN GRAVES CONE 147 

SUSAN ELAINE CONN 33. 138. 154. 155. 159. 193 

CAROLE JOYCE CONNOR 40. 43. 130. 171 

MARVIN JOSEPH COOK 66, 67, 138 

REBECCA JANE COOK 138 

KITTY ETHELEN COOPER 131 

WILLIE COOPER 63 



SPENCER B. COPELAND, JR. 68. 131. 158. 159. 160. 

176. 180 

DAVID BIGGERSTAFF COPPLE 147. 713 

CATHERINE LOUISE COR8ETT 138, 159. 160. 168 

CHERYL JANE CORLEY 139, 155, 193 

DAVID JEROME CORLEY 147 

JOHN CHARLES COWAN, JR. 149, 155 

WILLIAM STONE COWSERT 116, 130, 180 

CHARLES EDGAR CRANE 131, 140, 159 

LUANNE CRANSTON 147 

MELANIE JEAN CRELIA 71. 78 

KENNETH HAINES CREVELING 3. 147 

GEORGE ANTHONY CRIPPEN 33. 68 

FRANCES ANNE CROOK 36. 147 

DEBORA JEAN CROSBY 37. 43. 147 

EUGENE CROSS IV 131 

FRED HOWARD CROSS. JR. 139 

JULIE HEYWARD CROWDER 133 

DIANE DEVORE CROXTON 131. 156, 176, 183 

SCOTT ACREE CULBRETH 131 

ALISON CLARE CUMMINGS 139 

LESLIE LAURA CUTLER K. 160, 169 

MARGARET GRACE DALTON 139 

CHRISTOPHER LEE DANDREA 8. 139 

JOHN ANTHONY D'ANDREA 63, 139 

TAMERIA DARLENE DARBY 13, 45, 131. 156, 173 

MARJORIE ANN DARDEN 33, 139, 156, 173 

ALAN LEE DAVIS 147 

DOROTHY ELIZABETH DAVIS 147 

ELIZABETH JANE DAVIS 147, 170 

LEA ANNETTE DAVIS 139. 146. 159 

LEE ANN DAVIS 176 

LOUISE ELAINE DAVIS 13. 36. 116. 130. 161. 173. 176. 

177, 183 

NANCY LORRAINE DAVIS 71, 73. 139 

MARTHA LYNNE DECKER 64. 65. 131. 158. 159, 181 

PAUL DEZSO DEHOLCZER 147 

FRANCES MARIE DELARUE 130, 181 

DE8RA LYNNE DELLINGER 131. 163 

WENDY BURDETTE DEMPSEY 139. 163. 181 

ANNE MORRIS DENHAM 139 

KEVIN SCOTT DENNEY 139 

CHARLES BOYD DENNIS 33. 147 

KATHERINE ANNE DEWITT 13, 40, 139, 155, 163, 

171 

ROSS NORMAN DICKENS 147 

SUSAN DAWN DILLINGER 46. 160 

DEBORAH LOUISE DOBBINS 17. 45. 131, 173 

ARBIN KEITH DOBBS 147 

DANIEL DOWLING DOMINEY 147 

VERA ROMONA DORCH 139. 184 

JAMES MARION DORN 5. 147 

WILLIAM THOMAS DOUGLASS 130. 160 

NORMAN GUY DOVER 33. 40. 43. 43. 45. 57. 131. 

163. 167. 169, 171, 173, 335. 337 

JOHN HOLMES DOWDLE. JR.75 

DIANE COREY DREISBACH 33, 40, 41, 139, 171 

EDMUND BRADLEY DRIVER III 197 

ALISON MARIE DRUMMOND 139, 153, 156, 163 

KATHERINE ANN DUBOSE 74, 133 

LILA ANNE DUBOSE 33. 147 

OLIVER ORLANDO DUCILLE 133. 184 

DAVID JOSEPH DUDA 83. 147 

TROY EMMETT DUKES 139. 163 

KIMBERLY JO DUNCAN 139 

TRACY NATHANIEL DUREN 15. 139. 175. 176 

SONYA EADDY 133, 153, 176, 186 

SYLVIA ADELL EADDY 133. 176 

WILLIAM MARVIN EARL 147 

LARUE WESLEY EDGE. JR. 130. 140, 173 

MELANIE WRAY EFIRD 139. 159 

RONALD LEE ELMORE 139 

NEIL LYTHGOE ELPHICK 133. 159, 161 

MARY JEANNETTE EPTING 74. 130 

BRIAN NELS ERICKSEN 68. 147 

EUGENIE ELIZABETH ERMIS 160. 171 

FRANCIS DANIEL ERTEL 3. 33. 35. 130. 156. 163, 

185 

JAMES MARTIN ERVIN 133. 159 

RICHARD TIMOTHY ERVING 147 

WILLIAM DEWEY ERVING. JR. 139 

KATHRYN LOUISE ETHRIDGE 130. 163. 183 

GEORGE WILLIAM EVERETT 133. 177, 183 

ROY OTHO FAGAN III 14, 113. 139. 155 



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ALISON FAIRES FALLS 86. 132. 176 

KATALIN FANCZI 147 

CATHERINE MARSHALL FARMER 33. 130. 163. 

183. 337 

LYDIA CLAIRE FARMER 3. 147 

ELLEN MAXINE FERGUSON 131. 140. 173. 183 

TIMOTHY DANIEL FERRELL 74. 75. 83. 147. 171 

GEORGE THOMAS FESPERMAN III 131. 173 

HENRY LANGSTON FINLEY, JR. 63. 140 

SHERRY KATHLEEN FINLEY 133 

JAMES THOMAS FLOYD 68 

DALLAH ANDERSON FORREST. JR. 63. 133. 187, 

193 

HOWELL JULIUS FOSTER. JR. 133. 186 

SARA LOUISE FOUNTAIN 133. 163. 167 

CHRISTOPHER FOWLER 14. 63. 147 

LAURA JUNE FOWLER 78. 79. 147 

ANN STORY FOX 140 

TAMARA ALICE FRANCIS 140. 158, 159. 160. 166 

MARK THOMAS FRAZIER 3. 35, 147 

LAURENCE DAVIS FREDERICK 130, 155, 176. 183 

ROBERT VERLEY FULMER 133 

CAROL ELAINE FULTON 13. 74, 133, 145, 159, 176 

JAMES MICHAEL GAFFNEY 68. 140. 176. 177 

PATRICIA JANE GALLAGHER 140 

KENNETH TODD GALLMAN 147 

MARY ELIZABETH GALLOWAY 147 

SUSAN LEE GAMBRELL 147 

AMY LYNN GANDY 140, 155 

SHARON JOYCE GANT 35 

LARISA LORENE GARRISON 40, 140, 171, 173 

JAMES ALLEN GASTON 36, 63, 131, 185 

JOHN LEE GATES 148 

GEORGE WARD GATLIN 63, 131, 155, 183 

LOIDA JOY GETTYS 133, 156 

ELLEN MILDRED GIBBONS 148 

CHARLES WILEY GIBBS 131 

MANNING DELGAR GIBSON 148 

JANE KELLY GILBERT 3, 131, 181 

BARBARA ELIZABETH GILCHRIST 148 

ROBERT GORDON GLASPEY 148 

PAMELA ROBERTA GLENN 140 

EDWARD THOMAS GODLEY 140 

PANSY REBECCA GOFORTH 131, 163 

STEVEN GERALD GONYEA 148 

CLARENCE HENRY GOODMAN, JR. 83, 148, 175 

JERRY EDWARD GOODWIN 14, 148, 173, 178 

CAROLYN ESTHER GOODYEAR 131, 156 

ADDISON BURT GOOLSBY 140 

JOSEPH ULYSSES GRANT III 60, 61, 63, 153, 184 

KATHRYN LOUISE GREEN 133, 153, 156, 160 

PAMELA GREEN 133 

BETSY CAROLE GREENE 14, 116, 131, 161, 173. 176. 

177. 179, 183 

LORI SUE GREENE 148 

HUNTER LEE GRIFFIN 33, 133, 176, 183, 185, 186 

JUDITH GAIL GRIFFIN 148 

MARIAN LEE GRINER 140 

ANTHONY BRENT GROVE 87, 133 

NANCY LEWIS GROVES 148, 337 

RICHARD WAYNE GRUBER 63, 140 

DAVID ADRL\N GRUHLER 76 

SARA JANE HADDON 7, 13, 31, 33, 34, 35, 131. 156 

GEORGE RENE HALL 94. 148 

HUGH WOOD HALL 36. 148 

JOHN GRAFTON HALL 83. 140 

MARY STEWART HALL 133. 158. 159. 163, 176 

ROBERT GASTON HALL II 131 

BERTA ANNETTE HAMBY 133, 155, 186 

PERRY WAYNE HAMILTON 48 

DAVID LOUIS HAMMER 146 

DOROTHY DEE HAMMOND 13, 31, 33, 43. 44 45 

93, 133, 153, 169, 170, 171. 173. 183 

DEBORAH LEE HAMMOND 133, 176 

KATHERINE DENISE HAMMOND 64, 65, 71. 155 

160. 183 

KAREN JENICE HAMMOND 140 

DEANNINE ANN HANEY 140, 158, 159, 160 

KATIE BELL HANNA 140 

ROBERT HOWARD HANNAH 63, 140 

CRAIG ROBERT HANSON 133, 159 

JOAN LEA HARDIN 140 

DAVID MITCHELL HARLAN 140. 168, 173 

HORACE EUGENE HARPER 133, MO 



ANDREA RENEE HARRIS 133, 156 

DAVID IRVIN HARRIS 148 

PHILIP HENRY HARRIS 133 

JANET ANNE HARRISON 133. 163 

JAMES PHILIP HARRISON 133. 156. 180 

ROBERT DILLARD HARVEY 133. 185 

NOEL CLAYTON HASKINS 75. 116. 133. 154. 183 

JAMES MAURICE HATCHELL. JR. 140. 187 

JOSEPH MCCLAIN HATFIELD 36 

DAPHNE ANN HAYES 133 

JOHN CHRISTOPHER HELMAN 75. 148. 154 

LAURA JANE HELTON 35, 348. 171 

CRYSTAL DENISE HENDERSON 148 

CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA HENDERSON 6, 14, 64, 

65, 116. 133, 161, 173, 183, 336 

CRAIG WHITE HENSLEY 33, 148 

JAMES PAGET HENTZ 76, 77 

JAMES AUGUSTUS HERLONG 133, 156 

MARY ELIZABETH HERMAN 78, 140 

ALYSON GENE HICKEN 133 

IRA KELL HICKLIN 133 

SEPTIMUS MARION HICKLIN 148. 154. 155 

TAMMY JANE HICKS 133. 140. 193 

WILLIAM OLIVER HIGGINS 76. 77. 148 

CHERYL LYNN HILL 133 

VIRGIL RICHARD HILLARD 36. 140, 171, 184 

KAYRE KATHERINE HINES 33, 133, 155, 162, 173. 

181. 355 

HEYWARD ADAM HINTON 56. 63. 133, 184 

ARTHUR JOHN HOBBLE 133, 178 

ROBERT DONALD HOBBY, JR. 33. 133, 163, 173, 

183, 186 

CHERYL RENEE HODGE 140 

HELEN SUE HODGE 

LORI EILEEN HOFFMAN 148 

JOE LEAKE HOLCOMBE 133 

RONALD MARK HOLLIER 83, 140 

SUSAN LEE HOLLINGSWORTH 148 

CYNTHIA ELLEN HOLLOWELL 140, 154, 160 

BENJAMIN MCWORTHER HOOD 60. 63. 83. 133. 

140 

LYNN MASON HOPE 140, 175, 176, 181 

ALAN KENT HOPKINS 123 

BETTY ANN HOPKINS 133, 159, 163 

JOSEPH MCCRARY HOPKINS 148. 173 

JAMES DOUGLAS HORTON 123, 158, 159, 171, 181 

ALLEN SCOTT HOSCH 140 

WILLIAM LEONARD HOWARD 62, 123 

WILLIAM BOARD HOWELL 140 

RAY WICKLIFFE HOWLAND 133 

DAVID WAYNE HUCKABEE 

RUSSELL CRAIG HUCKS 133, 154 

MARY LYLE HUDSON 148 

LAURA JEAN HUGHES 148 

JAMES EDWARD HULSE III 32, 116, 123, 154 

DAVID KENNETH HUNT 148 

JOY LEE HUNT 72, 73, 148, 175 

MARY CHARLOTTE HUNT 15, 163 

OTIS BENJAMIN INGRAM 148 

CONSTANCE LAURETTE JACKSON 123, 153 

JOHN WESLEY JACOBS III 148 

THOMAS ALAN JARVIS 16, 123 

CARROL EUSTACE JENKINS 148 

MAMIE LANGLEY JENNINGS 117, 123, 167, 183 

SUSAN EARLE JENNINGS 140, 155, 162, 226 

DONALD HOKE JETER 123, 156 

BILLUPS PHINIZY JOHNSON III 123, 156 

ELIZABETH HALE JOHNSON 123 

JAMES VANDEGRIFT JOHNSON 123, 156, 183 

LEE ANN JOHNSON 148 

VIRGINIA ALINE JOHNSON 7, 117, 124, 156, 175, 

176 

AMANDA CATHERINE JONES 11, 148 

ELIZABETH COLLEEN JONES 133 

JENNY LAUREN JONES 134 

NANCY MCKAY JONES 133, 148 

NANCY SUZANNE JONES 45, 159, 160. 173, 336 

ROBERT JOSEPH JONES 149 

STEFANI ANN JONES 134 

SUSAN ELIZABETH JONES 149 

TRACY URBAN JONES 133 

ANDREW BRICE JORDAN III 134, 154 

KIETH ELWIN JUDE 144, 155 

MARGARET THOMAS KAY 141, 153, 168, 181 



MARK WILLIAM KAY 63, 134, 185, 337 

CHRISTOPHER D. KEENAN IV 133 

DOROTHY GRACE KEITH 149 

RICHARD LEWIS KELL. JR. 149 

LISA MARIE KELLER 36. 149. 334 

JAMES DOUGLAS KELLOGG 134. 156 

ANGELA JEAN KENNEDY 141 

CONNIE ELAINE KI8LER 149 

CYNTHIA LYNN KILGUS 134 

CAROL LOUISE KING 149 

JOHN CREYLON KING 141 

JOEL TIMOTHY KING 68 

MARK CHARLES KING 149 

JAMES RICHARD KIRKPATRICK 141 

JANET LYNN KIVORA 180 

JENNIFER ELIZABETH KNEECE 149 

MICHAEL ANDREW KNIGHT 41, 66, 134, 159, 160 

ROBERT HAROLD KORN 133 

RALPH FRANKLIN KU8E 63. 141 

DEBRA ANNE LABOON 134 

KEMPER DAVID LAKE. JR. 6. 149 

ANITA LOUISE LANDRETH 141. 155 

JOSEPH ALAN LANE 83. 133, 156 

JAMES HARSHAW LANE, JR. 63. 133 

KATHERINE LEE LANIER 133 

RILEY HAROLD LANIER. JR. 133. 187 

CARL INGRAM LATHAM ill 66 

TERRI LEE LATHOM 134 

LAURA KATHRYN LAW 133. 154 

TRACY ANN LAWRENCE 14, 149. 155 

TERESA DIANE LAWRENCE 134. 154. 155 

LUCINDA HELEN LAWSON 141 

RUTH ANN LAZENBY 149 

AMY BYREL LEIDHEISER 113. 134. 158. 159 

MARK ANTHONY LEVERETTE 63. 141 

JOHN WILLIAM LEWIS, JR. 149 

CHOU-CHU LIANG 141 

MARY CATHERINE LINDSAY 149 

SUSAN ELIZABETH LINDSAY 135 

MARGUERITE JEAN LINGAFELTER 134 

MARSHALL THOMAS LITTLE 68 

ROBERT JEFFREY LITTLE 149 

RICHARD MELVIN LITTLE 135 

PAMELA JEAN LOGAN 86, 141, 158, 160 

WILLIAM CAMPBELL LUCAS III 15, 134, 155 

LOUISA SULTER LUFBURROW 141, 162 

AMY SUE LUNSFORD 134 

SANDRA JOANN MACEYKO 125, 181, 183 

ROBERT EARL MADDOX, JR. 149 

KELLY RENEE MAHAFFEY 149. 155. 169 

STEVEN MICHAEL MANN 141 

MARL\ MARIANOS 149 

RONALD KEITH MARSHALL 82. 149 

TERRI LYNNE MARTENS 141. 163 

GEORGE CARLTON MARTIN 62 

GEORGE DRIFFORD MARTIN 149 

SUSAN CLARISSA MARTIN 113. 134. 154 

GERALD BOOKER MARTINO. JR. 74, 134, 184 

NANCY BARXTELL MASCHE 134 

HANK WILLIAM MASON 62, 134 

WILLIE LEON MASON 62 

THOMAS NEELY MASSEY III 149 

SUMITAKA MATSUMOTO 141 

DEBORAH LYNNE MAUK 64, 65, 141, 155, 159 

CHANDLER EUGENE MAYES II 149 

EVELYN INEZ MAYS 149 

STUART ADAMS MCALISTER 149 

JAMES GAYLE MCARTHUR 113, 125, 159 

LEIGH POPE MCARTHUR 149 

MARY VIRGINIA MCAULAY 149 

STEVEN TRUMP MCCALL 149 

DEBBIE DARLENE MCCALLISTER 134 

MARK ROBERT MCCALLUM 82. 170 

HANE CHANDLER MCCASKILL 86. 134. 155, 213 

SHAWN DAVID MCCASLIN 141 

IRVING ANDREW MCCATHERN, JR. 141 

HOUSTON MATTHEW MCCLELLAN 149 

DANIELL BRIAN MCCORMICK 149, 158, 159, 160 

JAMES CORBLY MCCOUN 35, 61, 63, 135 156 

183, 185 

KELLI MARIE MCCOWAN 141 

CATHY LYNN MCCOY 141. 156 

GEORGE FRANKLIN MCCOY 141 

CARLA JEAN MCCRACKEN 33. 134, 156, 175, 176 



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ROBERT EMMETT MCCRAY III 149 

JANET KIMBERLEY MCCRORY 149, 159. 160 

JAMES STERLING MCEACHER 13, 141, 169, 173 

SUSAN CAROL MCELROY 149 

REBECCA LYNN MCFARLIN 64, 65, 142 

WILLIAM MEEK MCGILL, JR. 149 

PATRICK MICHAEL MCGINN 32, 66, 67. 82, 142. 

131 

JOSEPH MORRISSETTE MCGOWAN 134. 153. 161. 

162. 202 

DAVID MONROE MCINTYRE II 149 

WILLIAM JOHN MCKEAN 149 

JAMES BURTT MCLEAN 142 

JOHN LAUGHLIN MCLEAN 149 

MELISSA JANE MCMAHAN 134 

MIMI MCRAE 32. 86. 125. 156. 212 

GAYLA STARLENE LUEASE MCSWAIN 14. 33. 36. 

74. 142. 202 

KAREN EVANS MEADORS 134. 162 

STERLING RAYMOND MENSCH III 82 

CLAY CULPEPPER MERCER 5. 185, 186 

FLOYD THOMAS MERRITT. JR. 149 

LEIGH ANN MERRY 6. 134. 161. 173 

ELIZABETH MAUDE MESSENGER 132. 142 

CHARLOTTE ANNE MILES 149 

KENNETH MICHAEL MILEY 142 

CONSTANCE LYNN MILLER 21. 149. 168 

MELANIE PENTREATH MILLER 149 

TIMOTHY BENJAMIN MILTON 142 

FREDERICK ROBINSON MITCHELL 185 

CLARKE RAVENEL MIXSON 134 

DAVID MACK MIXSON 32 

JAMES AL8ERY MONTGOMERY. JR. 82 

JOSEPH ARTHUR MOONEYHAM 62. 142 

ANTHONY G. MOORE 142 

BLAINE AUGUSTA MOORE 149 

MARGARET ANN MOORE 142 

PAMELA DENISE MOOREHEAD 149 

JAMES ALBERT MORAN 142 

BLAKE LAMAR MORGAN 23. 149 

LISA LEE MORGAN 134 

MERRY JEAN MORGAN 149 

PENNY ELIZABETH MORGAN 64,65, 149, 159, 160 

DEBORAH JEAN MORRIS 149 

JOHN WILEY MUNGO 142. 158. 159 

ALAN WAYDE MURPHY 113. 149. 187 

DAVID WAYNE MURPHY 134. 154 

STEPHEN BENSON MURRAY 149 

TIMOTHY ANDREW NATES 125, 156 

LENI DORIS NEAL 24. 149 

DAVID ALLEN NEISLER 62, 142 

JO NATHAN NELL 142 

RICKY CLARK NELSON 125 

TERRY LYNN NELSON 149. 204 

JOHN COFFEE NEVILLE III 134. 159 

MARVIN CECIL NEWMAN 125. 156 

WILLIE DANZIG NEWTON. JR. 62, 125 

CHARLES ADAMS NICHOLS 142 

BRIAN KEITH NICOSIA 66. 142 

WILLIAM ANDERSON NISH 66. 142. 155. 159 

LESLIE NEILE NOBLIN 149 

JENNIFER JOYCE NYE 134 

WILLIAM LEVERNE OATES 134 

HAROLD ODOM 7, 13, 36, 40. 41, 43. 142. 171, 177 

KELLY LEE ODOM 2K) 

JULIE ELAINE ODUM 74. 142. 144. 162 

STEPHEN JOSEPH ODUM 74. 134 

LESLIE CELESTE OLIVER 142. 154. 166 

MARGARE JOCENA OLLIFF 142. 163 

JAMES BRUCE OLLIS. JR. 62. 126 

BELTON RAGSDALE ONFALL III 149 

LISA LYNNE OUZTS 16. 142. 162 

LINDA CAROL OWENS 149. 159. 171 

LAWRENCE FRANKLIN OWENS 27. 62. 134 

MICHAEL HORACE OWENS 142 

MARK PADGETT 126. ISO 

THOMAS OREN PAGE 130. 142. 185 

NANCY E. PARKHURST 181 

DEBORAH LYNN PARNELL 143. 166 

VIRGINIA LEE PARRAMORE 75. 149 

JERI LEE PARRIS 134. 161 

THOMAS RALPH PARRISH 134. 185 

RANDALL ARTHUR PARSONS 41. 143. 171. 173. 226 



BRIGGS WILSON PATTERSON 149 

JAMES GARRISON PATTON 149 

CAROL CALDWELL PEACOCK 212 

MARY CLAIRE PEARSON 78. 79. 143. 176. 204 

AMANDA LORIE PEELE 126. 153. 158 

JOAN PELLET 126 

LISA GAIL PENNINGTON 143. 156 

NANCY TRISVAN PENNINGTON 143 

DEBRA JOSEPHINE PERKINS 150 

PHILLIP DREW PERKINS 13, 143, 155, 162, 171 

WENDY SUE PETERSEN 150 

ROBERT PRESTON PETERSON 134 

STARKE ANN PETTIT 33. 134 

LEIGH PHILLIPS 150 

BARBARA LYNN PICKENS 134. 159. 161. 168 

VIRGINIA LOU PIPER 150 

JAMES WILLIAM PLATT 134. 159 

NANCY YOUNG PLAXICO 134 

MITCHELL BRYAN POE 66. 74, 113, 125. 160. 173 

ALAN GREGORY POOLE 16 

CHARLES RAYMOND PORTER 143 

DONALD RAY PORTER 62 

ROBERT WILLIAMS PORTER. JR. 150. 158 

ELAINE P. POTTS 126 

KATHRYN SHIELDS POTTS 143. 173 

ROBERTA LOUISE POUNDS 150 

CATHERINE LOUISE POWELL 126. 150, 159, 163, 

226 

JONATHAN DALE POWELL 135 

CECELIA ANN PRATHER 143 

SAMUEL NEWTON PRATT, JR. 10. 135 

RICKY DEAN PRICE 62. 135 

SUSAN PRICE 150. 159 

LAMAR EDWARD PRIESTER 143 

MARCUS BROWN PRINCE IV 150 

MARY ELIZABETH PRINCE II. 135, 155. 161 

ERNEST ROBERTSON PROW III 150 

LAURIE KATHERINE PRUETT 7. 33, 126. 170 

STEVEN ALLEN PYNNE 75, 150 

DANIEL IVEY RABUN 62, 143 

CHARLES EVERESTE RAHILLY 150 

ANDREA LYNN RAMEY 150 

CECELIA ANN RAMSEY 150 

JOHN WILSON RANSOM 150. 204 

ROBERT AUSTIN RAUNIKAR 150. 159 

BETH ELAINE REDFEARN 143 

WILLIAM LOUIS REDMOND 33. 35, 66, 143, 176, 

185 

ALAN CHEVIS REED 45, 143, 153, 160, 168, 173 

ERSKINE ABREHAM REED 61, 126, 184 

JILL ELLEN REED 135 

JAMES CLIFFORD REEVES, JR. 143, 204 

JARROLD MILTON REEVES, JR. 82, 135. 160 

ROBERT VAUGHAN REGISTER 8. 76. 156 

FRANK HUNTER REID 150 

BOYD CHANDLER RHODES 135. 173, 224 

JAMES DERRILL RICE 45. 150 

AMY GLENVA RICHARDSON 150. 160. 163. 171 

JOHN INGRAM RICHARDSON 143 

TIMOTHY JOHN RIDDLE 76 

SHELTON GARLAND RINER. JR. 143 

SUSAN CARR RITTER 17. 30, 143, 153. 162, 168, 173 

SAMUEL GEORGE RIZK 143 

CLAYTO LAMAR ROBERTS III 59, 135 

DONALD REVERE ROBERTS, JR. 143 

JOHN PAUL ROBERTSON III 57, 117. 126, 161. 164. 

168. 170. 171. 174. 225 

JERRY RAMSEUR ROBINSON 126. 154 

WILLIAM EUGENE ROBINSON 68, 135 

JOHN LOUIS ROBISON, JR. 143 

TARA ANN RODDY 143. 155 

ROSE ELLEN ROONEY 135, 181 

RHONDA RENAE ROSS 135. 184 

BYRON KEITH RUCKER 143 

GAILA ANN RUSSELL 135 

ROBERT LEE RUSSELL. JR. 3. 150 

TODD A. RUSSELL 150 

MARY KAREN RUSZLER 15. 33. 35. 117. 126. 151. 153, 

167. 168. 171, 183. 227. 228 

JOHN MARION SADLER 150 

THOMAS THORPE SANDERS ISO 

JANET PATRICIA SANFORD 4. 135. 171. 181 

LAKSHMI SARAVANAMUTTU 154 



PAMELA CHARLENE SATTERFIELD 13. 135. 161. 

171. 225 

RICHARD RAY SAWYER 143 

JAMES GARY SCHAUDIES 66. 67. 143 

NORMAN DONOHUE SCHELLENGER 76. 77 

MARK ANDERSON SCHMIDT 136. 155. 185 

ELIZABETH A. SCHWIND 75. 150 

HAROLD GENE SCOTT. JR. 150 

MARGARET ELIZABETH SCOTT 143 

PAUL JOSEPH SCOTT 62. 143. 177. 178 

CAROL ANNETTE SENN 126 

KELLY ELIZABETH SHACKELFORD 78 

DEANA CAROLE SHAMEL 150 

GREGORY KEITH SHAMROCK 143 

FREDDIE WILLIAM SHAVER 150 

MARY KATHERINE SHAW 150. 160 

WILLIAM PALMER SHAW 66. 178 

MICHAEL ANTHONY SHEALY 82 

TRACEY LEIGH SHEALY 128. 156. 167 

WILLIAM JAMES SHEAROUSE 143 

REGINA ELIZABETH SHEEN 64. 150, 155 

SUSAN ELIZABETH SHELTON 144 

MELANIE KAY SHORT 150 

LEWIS SCOTT SIMISTER 82, 150 

FREDERICK RAY SIMMONS, JR. 136, 156. 176. 177. 

182. 185 

LESLEY ANN SIMMONS 144 

CASSANDRA ANITA SIMON 144. 159 

CLARK EWING SINCLAIR 68. 136 

DONALD GREGG SINGER 82. 150 

MARTI JEAN SKAKUN 144 

ROBERT WESLEY SLATE. JR. 150 

JAMES HOWARD SLOAN 150 

SARAH JOHNSTON SLOAN 150 

DEBORAH ANNE SMEAD 64. 65. 127. 183 

DANIEL LEE SMITH 136, 156 

JANICE ANNETTE SMITH 64. 65. 183 

JACK DAVID SMITH, JR. 144 

JAMES MICHAEL SMITH 68. 144 

LINDA ADELINE SMITH 184 

LISA JOHNSON SMITH 136 

LAURA LYNN SMITH 150 

MIRIAM JOY SMITH 64. 127. 162 

PHYLLIS PAGE SMITH 151 

ROBIN ALISON SMITH 34, 136 

EDWARD KEITH SNEAD III 36. 136 

JEFFERSON CURTIS SOUTH 144 

MARY LUCILE SPALDING 151 

NAZEL SPEARS. JR. 177. 184 

ELIZABETH LEBRON SPEED 136. 156. 161. 167. 173. 

176. 177. 179. 183 

JAMES OTTO SPENCE 8. II. 58, 60, 61, 62, 136. 182 

BURTON SCOTT SPENCER 66. 67. 144 

LAURA ELLEN SPOONER 151. 173 

JILL FANT SPOTTS 144 

KELLY ELAINE STAFFORD 151 

STEPHEN GLENN STALVEY 62. 144 

MARK CURTIS STAMEY 136 

JOHN THOMAS STEELE 151 

THOMAS WEYLAND STEELE 144 

CARRIE DENISE STEPHENS 33. 127. 159. 163. 184 

LOUIS MOORE STEPHENS 136. 154 

JOHN TIMOTHY STEPHENSON 33. 144 

RACHEL LEIGH STEPHENSON 15. 33. 113. 136. 137. 

159 

JOSEPH A. STERLING. JR. 68. 127. 155. 159. 176. 

178 

SCOTT MARLOW STEVENSON 144. 156. 159 

REBECCA JOYCE STILES 151. 155 

JENNIFER LYNN STOY 151 

HENRY CAREY STRICKLAND III 17. 32. 44. 117. 127. 

152. 169. 173. 175. 176. 177 

JAMES MICHAEL STRINGFELLOW 127, 156. 176 

YVENIA PAYNE SUBER 

JOHN R. SUBERS 144 

JONATHAN JERROD SULLIVAN 36. 82. 136. 153. 

171. 184 

JULIA LOIS SULLIVAN 151 

JAMES KEITH SUMRELL 151 

PAMELA SUE SUTTLES 144. 155. 159. 171. 184 

MARK BROOKS TANKERSLEY 66. 144 

ANN ARROWOOD TAYLOR 113. 136. 156. 161. 173. 

176. 177. 183 



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BARRY PARNELL TAYLOR 62, 127 

CLAUDIA GARRETT TAYLOR 127, Igl 

DAVID READ TAYLOR 32, 136. 158. 159. 162. I6S. 

176, 177 

JEFFREY EARL TAYLOR 136, 156 

LANCE LEE TAYLOR 144 

RICKY LANE TAYLOR 13, 40. 43. 144. 171. 173 

STEVEN EUGENE TEAT 151 

JULIE ELLEN TERRY 127 

ARNOLD DEAN THOMAS 82. 136. 224 

CHERYL LYNNE THOMAS 151 

HELEN CUNNINGHAM THOMAS 144. 159 

JOYE ELISA THOMAS 151. 159 

MILLARD BRADY THOMAS III 32. 144. 154. 155 

180. 185 

MARK CONNOLLY THOMAS 151 

JUDY CAROL SCHILLING THOMASON 136 

ANNE KENNEDY THOMPSON 151 

CAROLYN NELL THOMPSON 144 

DANNY LEE THORNTON 8. 61. 62. 127 

JOHN REDDEN TIMMONS. JR. 144 

DAVID EDWIN TINGA 128 

NANCY ANN TINGA 151 

LAURA GAY TODD 145, 158 

LINDA JANE TOMLIN 145 

NOEL DOW TOOLE 136 

DAVID A. TORREY 74. 137, 185. 187 

PETER WILLIAMS TOURTELLOT 137. 159 

MIRIAM ELLEN TRIPPE 17, 145. 155. 173 

JEAN LINDSAY TROLLINGER 16. 33. 128. 163, 176 

179. 183 

PETRA ANN TUBBS 151 

LISA CHRISTINE TUCKER 151 

CALVIN BOYD TURNER 136. 185 

CLARE INEZ TURNER 128, Igl 

JOHN ANTHONY TURNER 7, 68. 117. 128, 176 178 

182 

GRAYCE DIANNE TYLER 13, 27, 33. 15. 128. 161 

168. 170. 183 

JONATHAN TAYLOR VANDEVENTER 145 

JULIUS MARSHALL VAN 66. 67, 128 

ALEXANDER TODD VEHRING 145, 155 

JOHN FRANCIS VERREAULT III II. 45. 145. 173 

LISA HOPE VIERRA 151 

ELLIOTT SPEAR WADDELL III 128. 156. ISO 

MARY KAY WADE 128 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN WADE 137. 156. 185 

MARK WILLIAM WAID 145 

DAVID MICHAEL WALDKIRCH 151 

FRANCES AMANDA WALDREP 145 

ROY LEE WALKER. JR. II, 62. 128, 224 

TAMMY MELISSA WALKER 151, 171 

SUZANNE LEE WALKUP 145. 155 

NANCY ANNE WALL 71. 151 

RHODA QUINN WALLACE 128 

BRYANT GIBBS WALTON 156 

NANCY RUTH WARREN 128 

THOMAS BAKER WARREN III 151 

DAVID ASHLEY WARTHEN 137 

JAMES JOSEPH WATSON 32. 68. 128 

PATRICIA DAWN WATSON 145 

ROBERT LYNN WAY 145 

WAYNE DALE WAY 27, 137 

BEVERLY LOUISE WEEKS 129 

KAREN ELIZABETH WESSINGER 33, 35, 74 117 

129, 17a 173. 176. 183 

PETER REGAN WETHERELL 33. 86, 129, 178, 182 

MARK HOWELL WHELESS 62, 145 

GREGORY ALTON WHITACRE 145 

HENRY HARRISON WHITAKER. JR. 145 

ANDREW SCOTT WHITE 76, 77, 145 

GEORGE ANDREW WHITE 137, 159, 169 

JOHN HOPKINS WHITE 137 

MARY ELIZABETH WHITLOCK 145 

MALON MURRAY WICKHAM 66, 67. 151 

DANA LEANNE WIGGINS 129 

KAREN ELISE WIGGINS 145. 156 

JOHN l5868.K)i HERRING WILBUR, JR. 66, 151 

WILLIAM SIDNEY WILFONG, JR. 137 

SCOTT A. WILHIDE 4, 151 

VICTORIA WILKINS 33, 145, 160 

BLONDELL WILLIAMS 36. 145, 156, 184 

BILL WILLIAMS III 82, 137 



CHRISTOPHER ALLAN WILLIAM 62. 82. 137 

EDWIN LEGRAND WILLIAMS 45. 173 

FREDERICK GANTT WILLIAMS 113. 129 

LINDA SUE WILLIAMS 151 

MARY KATHERINE WILLIAMS 145. 155 

NANCY ANNE IRWIN WILLIAMS 15. 129. 167 176 

180 

GINA RENEE WILLIS 145 

ANGUS SCOTT WILSON 129 

GAVIN RENO WILSON 42. 145. 155, 178. 182 

JEFFREY WATT WILSON 32. 66. 67. 129 

REGINALD WENDELL WILSON 137. 154. 159 

SHANNON ALANE WILSON 151. 159. 171 

TIMOTHY COLLINS WILSON 151 

DAVID PATRICK WISE 151 

BRUCE GORDON WISMER 66. 71. 129 

SUSAN GAYLE WOLFE 151 

JOHN HEWETT WOMACK 145. 176. 178 

MICHAEL KEITH WOMACK 137. 66. 175 

SUZANNE WOMACK 5. 151 

ELAINE ANGELINE WOOD 151 

CAROL LYNN WOODS 26. 71. 72. 145. 173. 176 

ELAINE WOODS 129 

JULIA FRANCES WOODSON 129. 159 

DEBORAH ELIZABETH WRIGHT 64. 151 

MICHAEL RICHARD WULLSCHLE 151 

CHARLES DANIEL YARBOROUGH 62. 145. 156 

KATHERINE ANN YONCE 151 

CHARLES RICHARD YOULES 137 

KAREN SUE YOUNG 113. 137. 159 

JOHN CALVIN YOUNKIN 129 

NICHOLAS JOHN ZERVOS. JR. 151 

SUSAN FRANCES ZINSLI 137. 155. 160. 193 

FACULTY 
AND STAFF 



RICHARD ADAMS 102 
RAYMOND ANDREWS 23. 102 
CARL ARNOLD 18, 19, 102 
OREN BEATY 99 
DOTTY BRANDT 102 
JO BROWN 100 
LARRY BURCH K)2 
TIMOTHY BURNS 102 
RON BURNSIDE 103 
DELORIA BURRIS 100 
LOYD CAIN 

EDWARD CAMPBELL 96 
PAUL CAMPBELL 103 
WILLIAM CANNON 98, 103 

K. NOLON CARTER 103 
FRED CHAPMAN 103 
ANNE G. CLARKE II, 101 
JAMES CLARK K)3 
CHARLES COKER 103 
CONSTANCE COL WELL 103 
CLAUDE COOLER 104 
SAM COOPER 98 
KENNETH CREEL 104 
VIRGINIA CROCKER 98 
JOHN DANILUK 97 
JAMES DICKENSON 96 
CISSIE DAVIS 100 
MADELINE DULA 16, 99 
MARY EPTING III, 98 
MAUDELLE FINLEY 100 
CHARLES GAINES 104, 29, 142 
MARION T. GAINES KM 
B.J. GAULT KX) 
CALLY GAULT 104 
DAVE GILLESPIE KM 



EDWARD M. GOUGE 104. 154 

BETTY GROSS 100 

BEN HAY HAMMET 96 

JANE HAMMET 105 

GLADYS HARVEY 99 

LEWIS HAY 105. 106 

MICHAEL HENSON 105 

MARION HILL 94, 96 

ROBERT HILL 105 

AGGIE HIRES K)0 

MARY SUE HOLMES 100 

JANE HOLT 105 

ROBERT HUDSON 15. 105 

RANDOLF HUFF KS 

LUTRECIA HUNTER 100 

TED HUNTER 106 

WILLIAM K. JACKSON 97 

FRED JAMES 29, 106 

ELGA JONES 106 

GERTRUDE JOHNSON KX) 

ROBERT JOLLY 106 

DONALD A. KING 95 

SUMNER A. KING 106 

YVONNE T. KING 106 

MARY LEHMAN KX) 

JOHN MABRY 99 

KYMRIC MAHNKE KX 

ROSALIN MARTIN 97 

GRAY MASON 99 

RICHARD MCKEE 106 

EVA MILLS 99 

LOWELL MOONEY 107 

ANN MOOREFIELD 107 

DAVID MOOREFIELD 107 

DAVID NEEDHAM 107 

JAN NEEDHAM 100 

JOSEPH NIXON 94. 95 

KENNETH ORR 6, 12, 15, 16, 24. 33. 94 

LENNART PEARSON 101 

JOHN PERRY K)7 

ELLIOT POSS 17, 107 

VERNON POWELL 99, III 

NEAL PRATER K3I. 107 

JACK PRESSEAU 87. 107 

JANE PRESSEAU 101 

WILLIAM PRICE 108 

GEORGE PRUDEN 108 

DALE O. RAINS 108, III. 171 

GEORGE RAMSEY K58 

KIM RANDALL K38 

RANDY RANDALL 97 

WAYNE RENWICK 108 

HOMER RICKABAUGH 108 

NORMAN SCARBOROUGH VX 

STEPHEN SCHAEFFER 109 

CLOVIS SIMMONS 64. 65 

JAMES SKINNER 109. 110 

MILDRED SMITH 16. 99 

LINDA SMITH 109 

MARY STALLWORTH 101 

THOMAS STALLWORTH 25, 66, 109, 110 

RACHEL STEWART 14, 109 

ANN STIDHAM 109 

JIM STIDHAM K». Ill 

ROBERT STROCK 60. 109 

FOARD TARBERT 110 

WADE TOY 110 

RICHARD WHITESIDE 110 

ADDIE WILKES KX) 

EUGENE WOMBLE 110 

DIANE YARBOROUGH 101. 159 

WILLIAM YARBOROUGH 7, 24. 110. 144 

159 

GLORIA WYSOR KH 



Index/221 




Right; All for Blue Hose stand up 

and hollerl — Pedro. Far right; 

Whirling, twirling, dancing. 

swirling. — Tara Roddy. 



222/Closing 



Left: Tommy Page and Sally Walker enjoy 
Sigma Nus' Christmas rocking chair. 
Below: Penny Morgan, what are you selling 
now? 







Welcome back, Candy and Jarrold. 



Another good round for the Pc rifle team. 





/ Friendliness prevails as Roy Walker talks with a Saginaw Valley 

player after PC's victory. 




Andy Rhodes finds "Riverboat" a good time for snaking. 



Above: This strange attire is typical when PC's men prepare to have Pac SaC 

pictures made. 

Right: Arnie Thomas forges his way ahead when the Theta Chis take on fourth 

floor Georgia's inexperienced freshmen. 



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"I should have danced all night." 



You're not really studying, are you. Catherine? " 



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Above: They start 'em earlyl 

Left: Somebody took off his shoes in the 

locker room. 



Closing/227 




In the midst of all the chaos and confusion in the 
office, somehow everything falls into place and the 
book is complete. The 1980 PaC SaC is the cumulative 
product of a very talented staff whose dedication 
and occasional insanity helped us all to keep going 
until the end. 

Thanks to everyone who helped in any way, and 
special thanks to Norman, who never complained 
throughout it alli Buff and Dee, who did a lot of 
everything: Danny, who kept me sane; Alan, my para- 



gon of organizations Alison, Johnny, Connie, Todd, 
Margaret, and Barbara, for their devoted labor and 
stupid jokeS) Mrs. Lehman, for her eagle-eye proof- 
reading) and Frank, for his patience and encourage- 
ment. 

This is not my book, but my staff's book — a 
mutual effort which we hope shows that Presbyteri- 
an College is and what it can become during The 
Second Hundred Years. 



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